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Titegroup powder...Anyone using it?

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  1. famill00

    famill00 TS Member

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    I was wondering if anyone was using Titegroup? I like how it looks on paper. I have been loading clay dot, but am almost out. I like the fact that I can load up to 155fps with titegroup, which I can not do with Clay Dot. with Clay Dot the limit is 1200. I would like to have a little quicker load to shoot handicap than 1200fps. What has been your results with titegroup powder?

    Thanks,
    Forrest Miller
     
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    famill00 TS Member

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    Anyone?
     
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    Since I use Titegroup for light handgun loads, It was natural to try it for 12 ga in my 24 gram and one ounce loads. I thought it performed exceptionally well and was very clean.

    I used 20 gr for 24 gram loads, and 18 gr for one ounce loads. I loaded AA hulls and primers, with the WAA12L wads for 24 gram loads and WAA12SL for the one ouncers. After about 50 years of loading my own ammo, I like bulky powders, so I went back to them. If I only loaded AA hulls, I might consider Titegroup. I mainly load Riefenhauser hulls, which like bulky powders.
     
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    halfmile Well-Known Member

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    Titegroup is dense, you may find your wad coumns to be a little short.

    I use it and like it just fine. I use the loads off Hodgdon's site.

    HM
     
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    I have been using Tightgroup for about two years now with no problems. It burns clean, never had a problem, even in cold weather. I use Remington TGT12S wads and reload both 1oz and 1 1/8 loads with it.

    Jon
     
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