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Old January 19, 2006, 09:27 AM   #10
onlybrowning
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I was not aware that it was common to use a different powder for a 44 rifle than a 44 pistol. I do know, however that we use slower burning powders in rifles because most of the cases are bigger, which allows a larger capacity of a slow burning powder for maximum velocity without increasing pressure beyond safe levels. I also got that info from reliable sources and if you choose not to use it as a reference that is your perogative.
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