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More about this powder:Legendary for its performance in .44 magnum and other magnum pistol loads. Originally developed for the .22 Hornet, it's also the shooter's choice for .410 bore. High velocity Magnum handgun loads Shooter's choice for 410.
|Relative Brun Rate:||7 (0 ... slow| 10 ... fast)|
|Weapon Use:||Pistole / Revolver|
|Density:||101.13 lb/ft3 | 1620 kg/m3|
|Bulk density:||54.50 lb/ft3 | 873 kg/m3|
Alliant Powder continues a long and proud tradition of producing America's best and most popular smokeless powders.Website
Our Mission: Premium Performance, Consistent Quality
Every container of Alliant smokeless powder is backed by a century of manufacturing experience and the most exacting quality control procedures in the industry. We check and control chemical composition, the shape and size of powder grains, even the propellants' density and porosity. We send samples of every batch to our ballistics lab, testing for burning speed, among other things. Then, after blending batches together for exactly the right ballistic characterisitics, we use our advanced computerized equipment to test again.
The result: a line of products known and respected for consistent quality and performance — not only in the lab, but especially on the firing line. After all, one of the reasons you're a reloader is so you'll know exactly what to expect every time you pull the trigger. With Alliant powders you will. Not only shell after shell, but also year after year.
Alliant's origins as a gunpowder manufacturer can be traced back more than 125 years to the DuPont Company, whose leadership position in the explosives industry is legendary. DuPont's divestiture in 1912 created the Hercules Power Company as an independent entity, and eventually resulted in Alliant becoming America's premier gunpowder manufacturer.
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