Top Three:H4350 - Most used rifle powderH4895 - .308 Win/.223 Rem Powder of choice.H110 - Most used handgun powder. Honerable Mention:Trail Boss - A fun reduced recoil powder for rifle and handgun. Good for “science”!Been really having fun with H4895 and Hodgdon’s reduced recoil loads lately. Moving my boy up to the .308 Winchester this year for rifle and handgun hunting. So, I’ve been on a quest for the right bullet and load to reduce the felt recoil while maintaining lethality. H4895 has been key in accomplishing that goal. Found the load today. I think I’m going to have to explore the expanded possibilities with this powder!What are some of your favoabyrite powders?
I am mainly a revolver guy. Titegroup and H110.Welcome brother.Let's see some of those non bottom feeders.The Smith's anyway.
I am now in the process of replacing everything I sold. Just bought a Springfield TRP in 10mm that Zee just LOVES to see every now and then. He's always asking me to send him pictures of it, asks me what I named it, what does it feel like, how's the trigger, do I sleep with it close by, do the sights glow really bright, etc...
I keep it pretty simple...Varget for the .223s, .308 based rounds and sometimes for the .45-70....RL22 for the .300 Win.Mag...FFG for most of the .45-70 shooting...
Varget works fine for every center fire rifle I own, and they are all capable of sub-MOA with it.Unique works fine for most of my handguns.Bullseye fuels my best .45 ACP ammo.I have tried lots of other powders, but the above seem to be the most practical for me. I'm liable to use lots of different handgun powders, with very little noticeable difference noticed between them, with my very average skills.