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I bought a pound of this stuff not knowing anything about it, I was kind of hoping it was on the faster end of the rifle powder group, like Reloader Seven, but it's more like 4895 than Re-7 or 4198. Anyone used it yet? I downloaded data for it from Alliant for 257 Roberts and .308, but wondered if anyone had tried it. It looks and smells like any other flattened ball powder, and should meter wonderfully in almost any kind of powder measure. 8)
 

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It looks promising, kind of like the Superformance Powder. Unfortunately I don't have a 308 Winchester to try it in. Wonder what it would do in the 338 ME?

http://www.westernshooter.com/2010/07/alliant-power-pro-2000-mr.html

It's interesting on Alliant's site I don't see the 30-06 listed. There is the 338 Federal and 338 Win. Mag. So it makes me wonder how it would do in the 338 ME and 308 ME cartridges. Start working on this PJ and let us know.

http://www.alliantpowder.com/reloaders/Powder.aspx?powderid=31
 
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