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Have any of you ever heard of 866 powder? The tag on the can says use Red Dot loading data.

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I never heard of it either, where did you get it--how old is it--or is it new on the market--what brand--many questions ????? Ross Puls
 

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Old, the cans have no name on them, or it has worn off during time, and they are factory sealed from who ever made them.

I'm old, and I thought I had tried about all the powder produced from 1966 on but it's a new one on me. I can't find any information on it in any of the old loading manuals I have.

It's fine grain.

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I miss read what is left of the label. The powder is H66 and it is a Silver color and fine grain.

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When he first started, Hodgdon was selling relabled surplus military powder. I would maybe email them to see if H66 was part of that. They have a site, www.hodgdon.com
 
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