By:Larry Gene Pate
By the Best powders I mean powders that shoot great in the hot weather.You may have a cold weather load and a hot weather load.Some powders like Hodgens H~380 is an excellent powder and groups great,but load that powder in 60 degrees and the try it in 100 degrees!
You will blow primers and anything over 100's runs dangerous pressures!!! I was one of the 8 people that helped test Varget Powder.Its the best I have seen,its not heat sensitive at all.Before you load up 1,200 rounds to go on a varmint hunt test your loads and look at primers on everything.You may have a "ONE" hole group but will it take the top of your head off to get there? Watch those HEAT pressures!!
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