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  1. #1

    Anyone have any data on this?

    A friend has picked up a tub of this but we cannot find any reloading data on it anywhere can anybody help us out?

    Any and all help much appreciated.
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    contact the supplier on the back of the tub, thats what I did, and he sent me the loading data via e-mail. N140 data is a good starting point

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    Google has some stuff on it.~Muir

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    I would bet the N.R.A. would know looks like a powder target shooters would use ,the clock tower on tub looks like the one at Bisley

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    Why not contact the importer whose contact details are on the tub, Nigel is a nice guy and very helpful. Or if you look on http://www.full-bore.co.uk/ there is afair bit of info on the powder on the site. TR140 is almost identical to N140 but just ever so slightly slower.

    It's good powder and very economical. I use it for most of my reloading.
    It's the calibre of the shooter that counts not the calibre of the rifle.

  6. #6
    Contact Nigel for the full info but here's the .308 data,

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    +1
    lots have moved over to it at bisley, ring the range booking office and have a chat as thats who sell it. i think the guy is called David !anyway he it the main rfd feller there.




    Quote Originally Posted by 8x57 View Post
    Why not contact the importer whose contact details are on the tub, Nigel is a nice guy and very helpful. Or if you look on http://www.full-bore.co.uk/ there is afair bit of info on the powder on the site. TR140 is almost identical to N140 but just ever so slightly slower.

    It's good powder and very economical. I use it for most of my reloading.

  8. #8
    Great info which is helpful. Thanks for replies.

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