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Old March 10, 2000, 07:50 PM   #1
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Well I was able to get to the range today to try out my new loads with Titegroup powder.
What I did was copy the loads that I had made with W231 But use Titegroup.and shot about 70 rounds of each to compare.

The new loads were about twice as clean and
accuracy was incredibly better. Not just a little differance but alot.

Looks like I have found a new powder for my
9MM target loads.

Thanks for all your Input!!!

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Old March 10, 2000, 10:27 PM   #2
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I hear good things about this Titegroup stuff. For the informal plinking that I do, and at the distance I typically shoot, target-grade accuracy is not foremost of my concerns for powder selection.

I do like clean burning powders though. I have shot some reloads from one of my local ranges that were really dirty loads. They didn't have a lot of muzzle flash, but they produced a heck of a lot of smoke and soot on the gun after firing. Yuuck!

Any of you have some clean burning powder recommendations? I am going to start reloading for .38/.357, 9mm, .40S&W, .44 Spl/Mag

Thanks for your help.

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Old March 11, 2000, 07:56 PM   #3
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If you want loads in the 'medium' range Hodgdon Universal Clays works wonderfully in all the calibers you list.

Much like Unique but much much cleaner, and easy-metering, too.

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