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WAALITE powder?

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by TrickyTom, Aug 21, 2012.

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  1. TrickyTom

    TrickyTom TS Member

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    Was wondering how everyone liked using this powder. Performance, reloading ease, etc. Is it worth the extra cost. Thanks
     
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    I use it 4 3/4&7/8 loads.works fine.cant say its any better than titewad but it does have less recoil and u use less of it.when this jug is used up i probably wont be buying anymore.

    tracy
     
  3. HTSmith

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    It works very well for me for 7/8 oz loads. Meters very precisely. I also use Alliant extra lite. These are the two powders to use for 7/8 oz loads in 12 Ga IMHO.
     
  4. TrickyTom

    TrickyTom TS Member

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    Thanks for the info
     
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    Tom, I also use it and really like it for my 7/8oz
    loads I use for first shot of Doubles. About 1050fps.
    Very clean. I have 4lbs of this and will not have to buy
    anymore for quite awhile. Oh, and yes it's worth it to me.

    Mike C.
     
  6. bkt514

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    I use Alliant Extra Lite for both 7/8oz and 1oz loads. I like it, but never have had the chance to use Winchester's Lite.
     
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