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Old August 17, 2012, 11:57 PM   #10
WallacePeterson
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W296 is basically a .44 magnum powder. But even in .44 or .357 loads W296 isn't the powder you would choose for wadcutters.

I think you should just forget about it for .32 H&R loads regardless of the bullet. It needs a minimum pressure for reliable ignition that's higher than the maximum for .32 H&R.

W296 can be used for some jacketed bullet loads for .327 although there are probably some better choices.
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