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    Does anyone know - of anywhere - where Hodgdon TiteGroup powder is available. Have truck - will travel.

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    Im having trouble finding powder also even at gun shows Im looking for 231 and bullseye
    ”No law ever prevented a crime.”

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    • #3
      I have a full never opened 8lb jug .

      But it is my backup .45 colt powder so id have to trade only .

      I can use

      Unique
      2400
      Red dot
      Bullseye
      Blue dot
      3031

      Maybe a few other faster pistol or shotgun powders

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      • #4
        Just checked out my store. They have gotten in more powder and primmers. No titegroup, 231 or HP 38 which I believe is the same as 231. Sorry.
        "Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely. Great men are almost always bad men."
        John Emerich Edward Dalberg Acton, first Baron Acton (1834–1902)

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        • #5
          Does anyone know - of anywhere - where Hodgdon TiteGroup powder is available. Have truck - will travel.

          Where are you located?
          "All the public shootings in the United States in which more than three people have been killed have occurred in places where concealed handguns have been banned. "Washington Times article

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            Heddelj

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            • #7
              Olde English in Tipp City had somw the last time I was there.

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              • #8
                I am getting into reloading, Question, what is the best powder for my 45/70 marlin GG. Thanks

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                • #9
                  4570Mulekicker:

                  I've been doing the powder dance since October 2012. More than 40 years ago, some buddies and I decided to reload, and bought all the goodies necessary to do .38Spl. Single-stage press, and I was casting bullets. I got that worked out, but somebody's wife or mother decided that she didn't want gunpowder in the house. I finally decided to take the plunge.... Can't find the furnace, though. I ended up with a Dillon 650 and buying bullets.

                  Anyway, I've found that you can use the powder manufacturer's web site info and (carefully!) work up loads with most powders. Some are better than others. I'd rate (from my limited experience) all of the powders the guys have mentioned earlier in the thread as "good enough". The main problem is working up a new load when you have to change powder.

                  Fur, fin, and whatever just put a new store here (Boardman) with a fair selection, but I didn't see any 231 there. Some half-pound containers of popular numbers, though. Strange....

                  Welcome Aboard, too! There's a sticky at http://forums.buckeyefirearms.org/vi...hp?f=6&t=10097 that you should have a look at, but it's not mandatory. Grab a coffee first....

                  Regards,
                  <t>Stu<br><br>(Why write a quick note when you can write a novel?)<br><br>ΜΟΛΩΝ ΛΑΒE<br><br>יזכר לא עד פעם</t>

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