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Old 09-15-2021, 10:27 AM
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Originally Posted by brian_a_mcmillen View Post
In my limited experience, I have loaded tons of 41 Mag with 20 grains of H110 and standard primers with absolutely no ill effects and any velocity difference was not noticeable. In theory you may have some unburnt powder but I haven't personally experienced that with H110. Of course other's experiences will vary but for sure, you won't be doing something unsafe.
The unburnt powder gets blown out of the gun and ends up on the ground. That's why you haven't seen it. Like one of the other posters said, if you chronograph that load you will see a big difference with the magnum primers. I agree that it's not unsafe but it is very inefficient.

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