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choice of only a few magnum powders

Discussion in 'The Ammo & Reloading Forum' started by dammitman, Oct 30, 2011.

  1. dammitman

    dammitman Member

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    i would like to get anyone and everyones opinion of only a few choices available to me for a magnum handgun powder to have the cleanest powder choice. i only have data available for H-110, W-296, AAC-7, AAC-9, Blue Dot, H4227, HS-6, VV-N105 and VV-N110. My goal is the most consistant and cleanest burning powder. Again it is a magnum load for heavier bullets around 260 grains. What would your top 3 choices be?
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    .44 mag?? If so, My opinion is AA#9 will be the most clean.
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    actualy its very similiar to 44 mag, 45 win mag. and its in an autoloader that seems to get pretty dirty pretty quick. not much load data out there. i saw nosler came down on its price for the 260 grain partition gold bullets thay had a short run of and ordered many but dont want to screw up the loading. i havent tried AA9 ever but have been wanting to so i may try it now. thanks!
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    Ah. nice. not many folks shoot the .45 win mag anymore. I do think 9 is your cleanest choice
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