Alliant Reloder 33 8lbs In Stock
Every container of Alliant Reloder 33 8lbs 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 33 8lbs shares some of the same features as Reloder 17. Reloder 33 uses the same proprietary process of impregnated kernels with burn rate control elements.
This allows for a more consistent pressure curve with a delayed spike that adds as much as 150 ft./sec. over similar powders. Designed with the 338 Lapua Magnum in mind, this powder also works well with other large capacity magnums and ultra-magnums.
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 33 8lbs Specifications
|Shipping Weight||8.450 Pounds|
What is Alliant Reloder 33 8lbs Used For?
Smokeless magnum rifle powder
That’s why Alliant Reloder 33 8lbs spent many hours researching and developing Reloder® 33. The advanced powder is designed specifically for the long-range. 338 Lapua cartridge, although it is also suitable for a variety of huge magnum rifle cartridges.
Why is there no Alliant powder?
Why are your powders so difficult to find? The industry’s ability to keep items on the shelf at most retail shops has been overwhelmed by record demand for commercial ammo, powder, and other reloading components.
What kind of gunpowder does the military use?
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.
Which Gun Powder is Best?
Many shooters choose Hodgdon H4895, Varget smokeless powder, and Accurate 4350 powder. They’re excellent selections for a wide range of bullets and cartridges. IMR 4350 smokeless powder is another popular contender for finest all-around smokeless rifle powder.
What Powder do Modern Guns use?
The gunpowder business has progressed significantly. Gunpowder eventually replaced black powder throughout time. The majority of modern weapons use smokeless powder. Because of its controlled burn rate and little fouling, smokeless powder is the most often used type of gun powder.