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Author Topic: Pressure alert: H335 Military surplus powder...  (Read 2719 times)

RMc

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Pressure alert: H335 Military surplus powder...
« on: February 05, 2011, 11:50:49 am »
...marketed by Hodgdon was slower burning than any current commercial lots.  The use of older H-335 loading data with current H-335 powder could create excessive pressure problems.  While the blended military surplus H335 powder lots marketed by Hodgdon several years ago have Mil-Spec on the label, no loading data sources that I am aware of distinguish between the mil-spec and commercial lots.

Just another reason for beginning with listed starting loads and working up slowly.
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