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Scot Solo 1000 data?

Discussion in 'Reloading' started by Skytow, Nov 27, 2011.


  1. Skytow

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    I have about 3 lbs of old Scot Solo 1000 (not Accurate Arms). All three are in 1 lb cans that are sealed. I opened one and it seems fine. I know the history and storage conditions as these came from my Dad when he stopped reloading.

    Anyone have any data for .45 in particular with 200 g JHP? I've searched but found nothing I trust.

    If I don't come up with something it will have to become fertilizer!

    Thanks,

    JD
     

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  3. Skytow

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    I saw those but no access for me! I guess I'll have to sign up!

    JD

     
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    All serious shooters/reloaders should have an account at Brian's site.

    Many times when I'm looking for reloading data I look there. I'll be buying my 650 from him before year's end.
     
  6. Skytow

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    DONE! :cool::cool:

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    See my reply #30 in THIS THREAD. If you have a specific question, Accurate will provide information via email request.
     
  8. Skytow

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    D. Man, you are da man...:thumbsup:

    Thanks,

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  9. noylj

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    Note: Scot's Solo 1000 was significantly slower than AA's Sole 1000.
    One burn rate table shows the following:
    N310 (Vihtavuori)
    Titewad (Hodgdon)
    Nitro 100 (Accurate)
    Bullseye (Alliant)
    Solo 1000 (Accurate)
    Red Dot (Alliant)
    e3 (Alliant)
    Solo 1000 (Scout)
    Promo (Alliant)
    Titegroup (Hodgdon)