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Rheinmetall Nitrochemical manufactures it in Switzerland. Reloder 33 shares some of the same characteristics as Reloder 17. The same patented burn rate control components embedded in kernels are used in Reloder 33. This allows for a constant pressure curve, with the late surge adding up to 150 ft/s to a comparable powder. This powder, designed for the 338 Lapua Magnum, performs admirably in various big magnum and ultra-magnum capacities.
Next, Alliant launches Reloder 33, a powder based on the same kernel-impregnation technology as Reloder 17. Reloder 17 is also manufactured by Nitrochemie. Alliant’s powder Reloder 33, like Reloder 17, has a patented technique in which the powder kernels are impregnated with the components that govern the burn rate. The pressure curve is smoothed and the peak pressure point is postponed. This allows the powder to create energy at a more consistent pace, resulting in a total speed of up to 150 fps faster than any other powder. Reloder 33 is intended for use with the Lapua Magnum, although it may also be used with other big and ultra-magnum magnums.
Certain cartridge loads require unique propellants to attain their ballistic peak. As a result of years of research and development, Alliant Powder® created Reloder® 33. The advanced powder was created specifically for the Lapua Long Range, although it may also be used in a number of big rifle cartridges.
Specifically designed for the Lapua.38
Also suitable for a variety of huge gun cartouches.
Much better compatibility.