Alliant Powder Releases Reloder 16 Rifle Powder

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posted on August 19, 2016
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Alliant Powder has announced its new Reloder 16 rifle powder, which is designed to provide consistent long-range accuracy across temperature extremes. Shipments of Reloder 16 are being delivered to dealers now.

Reloder 16 utilizes TZ technology, which manipulates the repose of the propellant and resists the natural tendency to generate more pressure at higher temperatures and less pressure at lower temperatures. The new powder is meant to be ideal for traditional hunting cartridges, like .30-06 Sprg. and .270 Win., as well as newer 6.5mm target loads.

Reloder 16 is made in Sweden for Alliant Powder. A 1-pound bottle will cost $30.95, whereas an 8-pound canister will sell for $232.95.

For more information, go to AlliantPowder.com.

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