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Unread 04-04-2012, 05:58 PM
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Re: RL-33 Load Data

I would also love to see it.
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    Re: RL-33 Load Data

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    I would also love to see it.
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    Look at post #33
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    Re: RL-33 Load Data

    Where's the velocity gain? I didn't see anything that can't be reached without RL33 ? RL17 did really step up the velocities.
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    Re: RL-33 Load Data

    I've never heard of RL-33. I was under the impression that RL-25 was the slowest powder that they offered, in that series. And if I recall correctly, it even states that on the container. Did they just come out with 33, or something?
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    Re: RL-33 Load Data

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    I've never heard of RL-33. I was under the impression that RL-25 was the slowest powder that they offered, in that series. And if I recall correctly, it even states that on the container. Did they just come out with 33, or something?
    They haven't started shipping it yet. They are still waiting on DOT approval.
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    Re: RL-33 Load Data

    OK, I guess that's as fresh as fresh could possibly be, seeing as though nobody actually has their hands on any yet! I would love to see the data posted, once the powder starts flowing, as I AM a big fan of the reloader series powders.
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    Re: RL-33 Load Data

    For those who are wondering about RL-33: I have heard that Alliant was going to have Nitrochemie make a magnum version of RL-17 for a couple of years now. It would also have a longer burning curve. IF it does have similar characterisitcs to RL-17 we will figure that out pretty quickly once it hits the market. Last I heard it is supposed to show up sometime this summer. Hope they deliver in a timely manner so we can work up loads before the fall hunts.
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