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    Vihtavouri Powder Data

    Looking for data for Vihtavouri N-324 powder. I have been using it in handguns, 40, 45 & 357.
    I have 7lbs of the stuff and would like to use it in 410 gauge, if it will work for that.
    Thank you. JGH
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    Quote Originally Posted by tchepone View Post
    Looking for data for Vihtavouri N-324 powder. I have been using it in handguns, 40, 45 & 357.
    I have 7lbs of the stuff and would like to use it in 410 gauge, if it will work for that.
    Thank you. JGH
    I’m going to wager it is way too fast to be appropriate for use in a 410. It’s likely it could work in a 12 gauge. I loaded N310 in 12 gauge 1 oz loads just yesterday. Vihtavuori shotshell data is sparse! I’ll keep looking for 12 gauge data for obsolete Vihtavuori powder if you want. I’ve seen it somewhere but don’t recall which manual.

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    Thank you for replying. I agree it is probably too fast for 410. I don't load a lot of 12ga but do load some 16ga. If you find anything that might fit for 16ga please PM me. I will continue to use it in handgun loads. JGH

    Quote Originally Posted by Barry54 View Post
    Iím going to wager it is way too fast to be appropriate for use in a 410. Itís likely it could work in a 12 gauge. I loaded N310 in 12 gauge 1 oz loads just yesterday. Vihtavuori shotshell data is sparse! Iíll keep looking for 12 gauge data for obsolete Vihtavuori powder if you want. Iíve seen it somewhere but donít recall which manual.
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    Are you sure that's N-324? is this a non Canister powder since the Pistol (shotshell?) N numbers tend to go N310, N320, N330, N340, N350, Then there is 3N37 and 3N38. There used to be an N105 and the equivalent to H110 is N110. I've purchased Viht powders for years and have never heard of N324 (in the states anyway)?

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