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    AA 2200 223 load data

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    I emailed Accurate Arms for load data using Data 2200 / AA 2200 in the 223
    As I found several jugs stuffed under the bench

    They sent me a nice and quick responce with the requested load info

    But the load table is to large to post

    If anyone is interested in it

    PM me a email address and I can forward it to you


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    WOW! I'd love to "Find" even one jug for sale! That stuff has proven to be the most accurate powder in my 223 of the half dozen powders I've tried in it.
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    I got a jug of AA Data 2230C. On the jug it says it's a slightly slower military ball powder than AA2230. Could this be the same stuff you got? I'll send my email in a pm and see how the loads compare. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dualsport View Post
    I got a jug of AA Data 2230C. On the jug it says it's a slightly slower military ball powder than AA2230. Could this be the same stuff you got? I'll send my email in a pm and see how the loads compare. Thanks.
    Still have a little of this powder left. Purchased a few jugs many years ago on the cheap. Haven't seen it since. Came in heavy white jugs with a small page of load data pasted on the side.

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    Data 2200:

    http://www.accuratepowder.com/data/s...20calibers.pdf

    And the rest of the Accurate Powder "data" series:

    http://www.accuratepowder.com/datapowder.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by dualsport View Post
    I got a jug of AA Data 2230C. On the jug it says it's a slightly slower military ball powder than AA2230. Could this be the same stuff you got? I'll send my email in a pm and see how the loads compare. Thanks.
    Data 2230-C and Data 2200 are different powders with very different burn rates. See the link above for all AA "Data" powders.

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    Years back
    Several freinds and I saw Widners had Data 2200 for either $32 or $39 a jug if you bought 4 (a case )
    We pooled our $$ and made a buy

    I wish I had bought several more cases for my own use
    As it was the UPS driver thought I was trying to get him with all the boxs with Hazmat stickers he droped off that day


    Quote Originally Posted by DanWalker
    WOW! I'd love to "Find" even one jug for sale! That stuff has proven to be the most accurate powder in my 223 of the half dozen powders I've tried in it.
    AA is claiming the new stuff
    John,

    We have just re-tested the A-2200 in the 223Rem and the data were basically the same as the old product.

    I am including the latest data below (This will be in our next loadguide due out in the next couple of months)

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    So it might be worth trying the new stuff

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    Actually gentlemen, the powder I have is AA 2230S. My supply was purchased in the early 90's.
    2230C was 2001-2005. I'd guess there is 3lb left.

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    Man, that Data 2200 is so good it should be a regular production item. I run it in my 223 AIs with excellent accuracy and blistering speeds!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2 dogs View Post
    Man, that Data 2200 is so good it should be a regular production item. I run it in my 223 AIs with excellent accuracy and blistering speeds!!
    it did finally make it into reg. production ( took about 15 years but ...) the new stuff as noted above is supposed to have/use the same data but as always we should start small and work up , i havent tried the new stuff yet but loved the old stuff - it was a poor boy's dream powder and i've found it works well in many many cartridges , my fav was the way it makes my 357 herret ( 30 too but especially the 357 ) rock !!! it even works great in the 375 jdj with j-words !!

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    Made a deal about 4 years ago and got an 8 pounder from a guy that bought two and only wanted one!

    I have been real surprised at how it has made my 30-30 stand up and kick posterior!

    I just tried it in my 45-70 Contender with a 330 grain HP Lyman boolit and it also performed well.

    Sad it took accurate this long to get it on the market and I hope two things: pricing isn't ludicris ( intentional spelling) and that it actually is the same powder!

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