Mr. Cody , I do not have RL16 but think I know a place close by that I can get it . I have a number of RL powders but did not know they were touted as extremely stable , if the H4350 will not get me where I want to go (3300) i will give it a run.Or RL 16, similar burn rate, also stable. Either would be a good one for more stability, just depends on what you got/can find. I just got out of the high Wyoming country mountains, morning Temps were high 20's and 3ish inches of snow from this recent storm, I would try to find stability myself, or at least make sure that you don't land on a narrow node.
I would take that anytime and smile like a Cheshire Cat !I am running the 123AH in my 6.5prc. With any other bullet, I would be using H1000 or RL26. With the Absolutes, I went to Staball 6.5. I also took Butterbean's advice and crammed the bullets as far as I could into the case. My coal was 2.910" in the end. It shoots a 0.280" group at 100 yards at 3276fps
Rl15.5, 16, 23 all temp stable, 26 is relatively temp stable up to 85° from many sources, however I've tested to mid 90s and experienced no problems, even at top end loads in my 6.5x284.Mr. Cody , I do not have RL16 but think I know a place close by that I can get it . I have a number of RL powders but did not know they were touted as extremely stable , if the H4350 will not get me where I want to go (3300) i will give it a run.
Thank you Sir , floyd
Is it more bulky than h4350? I have only used it in a .270 with 140's and a creed with 124 hammer hunters. With the 124's I finally got pressure signs at 3100 in a 24", the load I settled on averaged 2995 over 8 rounds with an e.s. of 11, there was still some room left in the case, but not a tonI could never find the speed with RL16