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Old March 30, 2012, 07:46 AM   #1
longfellow
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Join Date: October 11, 2010
Location: Upstate NY
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Medium-heavy, Non-Magnum 357 Load?

I am looking for about 1,200 f/s with my Lyman 358429 (167 gr SWC) and would like to get there with a clean (that rules out 2400 unfortunately) burning, non-magnum (that rules out the excellent H110) powder.
Unique is just about there but I suspect this is at the very edge of pressure, based on loading data.
Can you folks recommend powders (Don't give me charges for obvious liability reasons. I will work up from a safe level myself.) that you've found to be clean and accurate with lead bullets (sized properly) that are "more comfortable" at this velocity / pressure and which are indended and very reliable in all temperatures with standard primers?
Thanks,
Ed
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