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    H110

    This was in a box of assorted reloading stuff I picked up. Couple cans of newer powder, some dies, maybe 50 lbs assorted lead or alloy.
    I'm guessing 50's -60's ?
    Half full, not even thinking of using it (open can, old). Just a cool can to put on the shelf.
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    Old? open? So?

    Use it!

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    Smell it - test it

    I got several pounds of 2400 out of a cardboard barrel that worked great

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    My first can of H-110 was like that and that was in 1978.

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    It looks like it has a price tag on it. How much is on it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jniedbalski View Post
    It looks like it has a price tag on it. How much is on it?
    $8.05 for the pound!

    I have a 4 lb jug of 296, just not worth taking any chances, haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gunslinger1911 View Post
    This was in a box of assorted reloading stuff I picked up. Couple cans of newer powder, some dies, maybe 50 lbs assorted lead or alloy.
    I'm guessing 50's -60's ?
    Half full, not even thinking of using it (open can, old). Just a cool can to put on the shelf.
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    Nope late 70's. My brother and I started to use H-110 when Winchester stopped making W630. It is great in the .357. The first cans we bought where rectangle shape then they came in those round cans. My brother and I burned up a lot of H-110 back in those days.

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    Smell it , no strange smell , use it . Not likely to be anything wrong with it .
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    Old powder to me has to be before WWII

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    If it looks and smells OK, I'd use it.
    Especially in reduced, target loads.
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    That was the second generation can and after the 60s. Hodgdon started out packaging surplus M1 Carbine powder in the late 50s. It came in a metal can covered with an orange paper wrapper at as I recall $1.60 per pound can. 4831 was marketed the same way in the same style cans at $1.00 per pound. If you were frugal, they went in back and scooped 4831 out of a 40 pound can and sold it at $.80 per pound in a doubled paper bag.
    After they found out the money in the surplus powder market, they marketed the can pictured above. I started loading in 1958, went into the Army in 1966 and those cans were just hitting the shelves./beagle
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    Just going to start loading 300 BLK with H110, the bottle I pulled out looks the same as yours but is rectangular, somewhat remember buying it off a customer when I saw reloading stuff in the garage while I worked at his house about 20 yrs ago, no idea how long he had it, still sealed.
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    Loading manuals used to carry a warning not to reduce H110 published loads by more than 3%. I don't know if that's still true.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cp1969 View Post
    Loading manuals used to carry a warning not to reduce H110 published loads by more than 3%. I don't know if that's still true.
    It's still a good idea. I've adjusted it as a function of case volume before to work closer to 5 percent with .50 Beowulf for a starting load, since Anderson Arms only provided the max for some H110 loads. That's around 42 grains of powder though. For everything else, I start with the suggested data.
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