Long-range accuracy demands a propellant that operates continuously at severe temperatures. Through the application of TZ® technology, Alliant Powder® Reloder 16, like Reloder 23 and AR CompTM, achieves worldwide stability. It manipulates the material’s reactivity and opposes the natural propensity of lower temperatures to raise pressure at higher temperatures. The Reloder 16 has a little greater burn rate than the Reloder 17 and is comfortably inside the burning band 4350. This makes it excellent for conventional cartridges like the Spring 30-06 and Spring 270, as well as 6.5mm target loads and techniques that demand thermal stability..
Over severe temperatures, TZ® technology maintains steady pressure. Alliant Reloading Powder Alliant Reloder 16 Rifle has a special de-coating component that keeps barrels clean and precise. Within the 4350 range of burn rates, the Reloder 16 has a slightly greater burn rate than the Reloder 17. It is thus ideal for standard cartouches such as 30/06 and 270 Win, as well as target weights of 6.5 mm and tactical applications requiring temperature stability.
Long-range accuracy demands a propellant that operates continuously at severe temperatures. Through the application of TZ® technology, Alliant Powder® Reloder 16, like Reloder 23 and AR CompTM, achieves worldwide stability. The material’s response is adjusted, as is the inherent resistance.
Some of the most common reloading powders for cartridges are available for rifle accuracy from our Forum members. Hand loaders typically report a lack of powders such as Varget, H4350, H4895, and H4831SC, as well as Reloder 16, Reloder 23, and N150. And it appears that Varget has become nearly hard to locate in recent months. Many of these hard-to-find powders are now accessible online as of Friday, August 28, 2020.