Alliant Reloder 15 5lb In Stock
Every container of Alliant Reloder 15 5lb Smokeless Powder is backed by a century of manufacturing experience and the most exacting quality control procedures in the industry. Chemical composition, grain shape and size, and overall density are constantly checked and tested in a ballistics lab to ensure consistency.
Alliant Reloder 15 5lb is the best all-around medium speed rifle powder providing excellent .223 and .308 caliber performance. Selected as the powder for U.S. Military’s M118 special ball long range sniper round. Known for having a broad range of calibers in medium rifle, Reloder 15 is great for high velocity varmint loads and is consistent in all temperatures.
Alliant Reloder 15 5lb powder is ideal for use in most medium caliber rifles but can also be used in silhouette recipes. Reloder 15 powder is ideal for use in most medium caliber rifles but can also be used in silhouette recipes.
Warnings from the Manufacturer:
- Do not exceed the loads displayed in the reloaders guide.
- Never mix any two powders regardless of type, brand, or source.
- Never substitute any smokeless powder for Black Powder or any Black Powder substitute.
Alliant Reloder 15 5lb Specifications
|Shipping Weight||5.480 Pounds|
What is Alliant Reloder 15 5lb Good For?
The greatest all-around medium speed rifle powder, with exceptional performance in. 223 and. 308 calibers. The powder was chosen for the US Military’s M118 special ball long range sniper round.
What is a Substitute for Reloder 15?
- IMR 4320 Shoots Well in the .308 Winchester. A while back, GS Arizona wrote an excellent Riflemans Journal article, IMR 4320 — the Forgotten Powder. …
- IMR 4320 Works for Dasher Shooter. …
- IMR 8208 XBR is also good — if you can find it.
What is Alliant 15.5 in 308?
The new Alliant Powder® Reloder® TS 15.5 powder combines the established performance of the Reloder family of powders with better temperature stability. As a result, velocities are remarkably uniform over the temperature spectrum. Ideal for loading large rounds in the 308 Winchester.
Which type of Gun Powder is used in Military Applications?
Because black powder is particularly insensitive to shock and friction, it must be ignited with flame or heat. Though smokeless powder has largely replaced it as a propellant for ammunition in guns, black powder is still commonly employed in military ammunition for ignition charges, primers, fuses, and blank-fire charges.