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Inrerested in Hodgdon Hybrid 100V for 7mm SAUM. Pros & Cons?

 
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Inrerested in Hodgdon Hybrid 100V for 7mm SAUM. Pros & Cons?

From what I've read the 100V looks like an excellent powder for the 7mm SAUM and the 168 gr Bergers. Does anyone have any experience with this powder? Any info will be helpful.
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