Well, it's your face. I've used Unique, 800X, HP38, and am now using Blue dot for my 10mm. It makes for a very, very fast rifle powder. What ever doesn't kill me, better start running. Senior Member; Posts: 1913; I love my 10mm's! If anyone has used either powder did you use Magnum or regular primers? Yep res, you're right. I've only used 2400, and it even works in reduced rifle loads using cast bullets. Not optimal at all for 10mm. Then we have Alliant Power Pro 300-MP. However Winchester/Olin who make the powder warn not to reduce the loads. If you want reduced loads in 30/30 or 30-06 Unique is a much better choice with lead bullets. is much smaller to work with. They will go bang, but velocity is relatively low compared to more appropriate powders. Some people think I'm paranoid because I have so many guns. This page shows a powder burning rate chart. 2400 vs.H110 « previous next » Print; Pages: [1] Go Down. Is that with jacketed bullets? I think either the H or the IMR 4895 would be in there also. Like … Quote from: j20owner on April 03, 2011, 10:58:54 AM, Quote from: makarov on April 23, 2011, 09:59:36 AM, http://castboolits.gunloads.com/showthread.php?t=13453, http://castboolits.gunloads.com/showthread.php?t=13425. As many of you know, I have been using Alliant BE-86 exclusively since I began loading last September. I've only used 2400 because it is more common around here than the H110. The democracy will cease to exist when you take away from those who are willing to work and give to those who would not. It shows a comparison between Winchester, Hodgdon, IMR, Accurate, Alliant, VihtaVuori, Ramshot, and Norma powders. 0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic. Yeah, I agree. res45, Do you have any load data with 2400 in the 7.62x39mm, 300 Sav, & 7.62x54R? The "10mm" I'm Packin', Has The Bullets Wackin', Smakin' & The Slide is Rackin' & Jackin'! and Max load density with most bullet weights  so you have more flexibility when working up loads. I have got about 3lbs, but I think H 110 or 2400 would be a good choice. H110 and 296 are great powders, just not for the 10mm. Note: This table shows only approximate equivalent values within about 5%. chainsaw. Note: This table shows only approximate equivalent values within about 5%. When I shoot the J bullets there usually at or near full MV so those two powders work best. You have to have very tight bullet to casing fit and magnum primers to ignite the charge reliably. Powder equivalents. - Thomas Jefferson. I've only seen reloading data for 2400 and it was still under SAAMI pressure for the 10, but the velocities were good. H110/W296 however has a very short load range density so your Min. 2400 and Unique will definitely be powders I will never be without. I much prefer Longshot. Doesn't matter if I use a relaxed grip or a firm grip, my DE cycles perfect. By flexibility I mean 2400 has a larger spread between Min. Winchester showed some data for W-296 (same as H-110) back in the day but it was weak...that dat is posted here somewhere, but I'll repost it. H110 and 2400 are great for 41 and 44 magnums. After testing Alliant 2400 over the past few weeks iv'e decided to stop using H110. I've also heard good things about Alliant 2400. I like H110/W296 same powder different can with jacketed loads in my 357. Logged gandog56. It's faster but develops less pressure. I load 38 special, 357 Magnum, and 9mm; and have been quite pleased with BE-86. They take up too much case capacity, and the burn rate is too slow. Re: H 110 or 2400 « Reply #3 on: August 20, 2014, 06:16:44 AM » Yeah, I agree. Actual burning rates can vary depending on the calibre, firearm, loading components and practices, as well as from powder lot to lot. When the author began handloading the .44 Magnum cartridge in the early 1960s, Hercules (now Alliant) 2400 was the most popular powder, and the Speer 240-grain Semi-Jacketed Hollowpoint was the best jacketed bullet available. ACHTUNG: Alle Ladedaten ohne Gewähr! When you say flexibility,do you mean maintaining accuracy over a range of velocities? Also, 2400 can use standard strength primers where H110 requires mag primers(or so I've read). Actual burning rates can vary depending on the calibre, firearm, loading components and practices, as well as from powder lot to lot. Author Topic: 2400 vs.H110 (Read 3818 times) 0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic. Some of the loads I have seen on here are way over on guesstamated pressures. Login with username, password and session length. Our registered office is at Level 2, 7 Murray Rose Avenue, Sydney Olympic Park, NSW 2127 Australia. and Max. Looking for trigger group with 81432 stamp. Dies gilt auch für Links zu anderen Websites. They will go bang, but velocity is relatively low compared to more appropriate powders. Login with username, password and session length. With all my guns, what do I have to be paranoid about? As a consequence, it must be understood that Australian Munitions cannot accept any responsibility for the use of this information in any way. If anyone has used either powder how about sharing your recipes? Just wondering if anyone on this forum ever use H 110 or 2400 to reload the 10mm?

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