Which alliant powder for creedmor


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Oct 1, 2008
Eastern Washington
Have you adjusted seating depth? What bullet, brass, and charge weights have you tried?
Yes I’ve played a little with searing depth I’m using Hornady brass which I’ve had terrible luck with and so I’m going to try Staine I’ve tried 140 elite hunters went through 90 of them trying to get a load Charge sights are around 47.5 grams off the top of my head



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Jan 1, 2020
Greene NY
I have had the same problem with Alliant powder. A few years ago I had RL 21 and 2400 on order for so long I gave up and switch to Norma MRP, MRP is the same power as RL 21 it is put in a different container manufactured in the same factory. That's what I was told at the time I just know it performs the same in my rifles.

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