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Old December 11, 2007, 04:18 PM   #1
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Need a little expert help.....

I have been reloading for some time now in bits and pieces, mostly my wildcat carts and 45LC and 44mag , mostly, and some various med rifle. My help needed is this....
Almost all the powder i use is 1 lb cans of H110 , H335 , 2400 and 3031...Have not tried other newer powders, just stick with the same old..
I'm considering buying a large amount of powder, for rifle and one for large caliber pistol...
Is there a suggestion of 2 or maybe 3 powders that will take care of most of my needs, as it will be hanging around for several years...
Thanks much !!
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Old December 11, 2007, 10:08 PM   #2
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You didn't mention what your rifle calibers are, but I;ve been working down a purchase from Jeff Bartlett at GIBrass.com for a few years now. I got some pulldowns that load like H110 (works well in all the mag pistols as well as 30 Carbine), H380 (works well in 308 and 243, probably OK in a lot of others as well). If you are going to load with commercial powder, people really like Varget for its versitility. For non-mag pistols, I really like VihtaVuori N350 ... great in everything from 32acp to 45acp.

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Old December 12, 2007, 01:15 AM   #3
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You need to post a FULL list of the calibers that you'll be reloading.

Only after we know that can we make educated suggestions.
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Old December 12, 2007, 07:52 AM   #4
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I'm sure i'll miss a few.....

But here goes..
In handgun, calibers : 357 mag, 45LC, 44mag, 445 Supermag, 454 Casull, 45-70, 475 Wildey, and soon 500 S & W......

In rifle: 30-30, 307 win, 356 win, 375 win, 35 Rem, 30-06, 7mm mag, 338 mag, 358 mag, 300 Wby, 44 mag, 444 Marlin, 45-70, .....Soon 264 mag

That should cover it....have dies for every caliber that i have, but don't reload many just because i don't shoot very often or at all.
Hope this will help you help me...
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