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Firearms Facts: Our Top Reloading Powders

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In this video we discuss our top reloading powder choices based on our experience and adventures in handloading. These may not be the best for everyone out there, but they represent very versatile choices that can be used for many applications. Stay tuned, much more on the way.

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7 thoughts on “Firearms Facts: Our Top Reloading Powders

  1. I don’t find Unique to burn clean at all. I’ve been using Ramshot-True Blue to load my .357 ( for revolver and lever action rifle ) and it seems to burn a lot cleaner than Unique . Althought TB is a very fine powder and seems to be harder to measure.

  2. The price increases in powders is outrageous, I used to pay under $10 per pound now they want over $30 per pound.
    what is cleanest burning powder for 5.56?
    with current powder prices I can’t really afford to buy several different powders to try each out.

  3. My RugerSR9 is brass sensitive. It jams with Winchester brass, so I stick with Blazer, Federal, American Eagle and Starline. I also use only CCI pistol primers. I’ve used a Lee single stage kit for about four years, and by this time it’s paid for itself. If you’re on the fence about getting into reloading, my advice is, do it. Reloading for pistol is easy, and satisfying.

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