Originally Posted by Down Under Hunter
I toatlly agree with your thinking.
I was not sure if certain powders were more prone to this over the next ?
Is the H1000 generally consistant from batch to batch ?
I have just recently bought three different lots of H1000 and two of them produced very similar speeds with same charges but the third was off nearly 90 fps! And the two that were pretty close in speed actually had very different pressure curves. The first lot would produce ejector marks on the cases at mid level pressures and the other lot didn't.
And H1000 is one of the better ones for lot to lot consistency. Imagine what happens when you try this with something like RL25!
I suppose if you're just loading ammo for the sake of saving money over factory ammo, mixing lots wouldn't be dangerous or a terribly bad idea. But if precision ammo is your "aim", you're better off to just forget about the crumbs and move onto the next cookie.