Powder Valley have W296 and H110 in stock

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    vertical ascent Active Member

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    For anyone loading 300AAC Blackout, Powder Valley have the W296 an H110 in stock.
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    Haha, I just noticed that this morning, was going to tell you :p
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    Hah Hah, Thank you.

    I am about to open that can I traded with you, I just shot plenty this weekend with my brother up north and I am out of ammo. Time to start loading again. By the way I scored a # of a TiteGroup at BiMart on Friday, so at least I can load some pistol ammo.

    I think PV is hating me right now, I have changed my order 4 times. Oh well, this time I was able to get an order of W296 in, I will be good for awhile. I also ordered some VV N110, see if this powder is cleaner than the W296.
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    Let me know how that works, H110 is very dirty...
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    I will let you know what I find about this powder, I am just hoping that they can cut the delivery time to less than a month.

    From what I read on the Blackout forum, a user have mentioned that this is a very clean burning powder, for $30/#, it better be clean. Hah hah
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    Well, it cleaned out your wallet, anyway! ;) I never considered H-110 to be a dirty powder unless you are trying to use standard primers with a less than firm roll crimp. It needs to be loaded stoutly to burn efficiently. Not a powder to run with reduced loads.
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    My wallet is definitely lighter, heh heh

    I do use CCI#41, for my 300 AAC Blackout reloads. From what I gathered, it is similar to a magnum primer. As far as crimps, I use a very light crimp.
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    I don't know about the level of dirtiness, but it always seems to make a mess of my 44 mag. Great powder to run at top levels.
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    H-110/W296 is my second favorite for my 458 SOCOM. Burns clean in that...
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    I will load up some VVN110 and compare it to W296 and see which of the two will be the most accurate and second, which of the two will be the cleanest.

    Now I wait for Powder Valley..........