Thread: Powders by type
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Old November 30, 2012, 10:55 PM   #14
Jimro
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I don't agree with generalities.

Except that, in general, stick powders produce tighter groups for competitive shooters than ball powders. (has to do with the powder/primer interface consistency, which is a whole nother post...)

I have notice no difference in fouling, at least not between two powders that have similar burn rates, like IMR4064 and Power Pro 2000 MR.

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