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Old 03-16-2010, 11:17 AM
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Default Winchester Super Lite

I was given a half full 8 pound keg of Winchester Lite powder. I would like to use this for .45 Colt and .45ACP/ Auto rim loads, but I can't find any metallic cartridge data for this powder. Has anybody out there done this or know what other powders the WSL is comparable in burning rate? I really hate to dump 4 pounds of powder if I can use it safely.

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