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"I was one of the lucky people selected to test the RL50 powder earlier this year. I was not very enthused that someone could produce a powder that would shoot better in the .50 BMG than the VhitiVouri 20N29. Boy, was I wrong! The first time I tested it I was impressed. I shot it in the May regional match at Raton, New Mexico. Even though we had very bad winds, I won 1st in light gun group and 1st in light gun score while shooting the smallest aggregate of the match, which was 10", not very small, but in those winds I can't complain. That was good enough for me to use it again in July at the World Championship match, also at the NRA Whittington Center in Raton. Once again I won both light gun group and score, and even with the tricky winds we had in July, I shot the smallest aggregate of the match, an 8.2". As the Technical Editor of the FCSA's Very High Power magazine I intend to write my next article on RL50 powder to alert the rest of the membership to the quality of your new product."
- Dale Arenson, VHP Technical Editor
"...I was able to buy one pound of Reloder 17 and started below maximum suggested loads and work up toward max. At 0.5 grains below max I have loads below 1 MOA from the bench from my .270 Win...Elk beware."
- Larry Bandolin, Hiwassee, VA
“As a competition benchrest shooter with eight World Records and a National Championship under my belt, and an avid hunter with several 180+ Boone & Crockett whitetails on my wall, I’ve come to demand the best in reloading components. That’s why I load Alliant Powder. Whether it’s their R-22 for my 7mm REM Mag or R-15 in my 6BR during a 600 yard Benchrest Shooting competition, I trust the dependable performance of Alliant Powder.”
- Samuel Hall, 8-time IBS World Record Benchrest Shooter, Boonville, NC
"I had a very hard time trying to find a load that my 7mm liked. I tried about ten different powders with 4 different types of bullets and countless charge weights and bullet lengths. I tried the Barnes TSX and followed their recipe exactly. Now with the help of 61 grains of Alliant Powder RL 25, I am now shooting a .5 inch group at a hundred yards. I am very satisfied with how Alliant Powder performs in this load and I don't think I will ever change to anything else."
- Easton, Pocatello, ID
"I wanted to shoot a shot load in my .38 super so I cut a Speer 38 special shot cartridge down by 1/4 inch in a lathe type case trimmer. Loaded with #8 it weighs approx 80 gr. I started out with a 2.5 or 3 grain charge of Alliant Powder Bullseye and slowly worked it up until it just functioned reliably in my pistol. Final Alliant Powder measurement is about 5.5 grains. Yours may vary depending on the recoil spring. Great fun for airborne tin cans and clays, also mice, rats, starlings, snakes and other pests."
- Jim Brown, Cincinnati, OH
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