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#3282422 - 09/23/21 05:29 PM Re: Temperature sensitivities for powders [Re: Bob_Atl]
Stugotz Offline
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Registered: 04/17/17
Posts: 62
Loc: Minnesota, USA
Originally Posted By: Bob_Atl
here's another chart, found it on the 6.5 G forum, again fwiw..


and took the previous chart then sorted it, twice....
no surprise these two charts are very close but not exact !!




Could you provide a link as to where these charts originated? TIA
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#3294882 - 02/23/22 08:19 PM Re: Temperature sensitivities for powders [Re: ackleyman]
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Registered: 03/15/13
Posts: 220
Loc: Southeast, La
I came across a box of Berger 25gr MEF and had some Varget left over and decided to work up a load to see how it would do. The combo shot very well and clean up was straight forward . I'm concerned about the comment regarding Varget burning very hot and thinking I should reconsider. If so what would be better.
Rigle is a Rem 700 classic in 17 Rem.
Thanks

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#3302548 - 08/17/22 05:25 AM Re: Temperature sensitivities for powders [Re: Hcboy]
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Registered: 08/10/21
Posts: 2
Loc: USA
I didn't even know, which isn't surprising considering what my chemistry grade was in class. The thing is, I keep the ammo in my safe, which is located in my room in front of the radiator. The only thing I know is that the shelf life of ammunition can be from 20 to 30 years, and the conditions of storage of gunpowder, etc., I have not even thought about it. I think the ideal temperature is created by the same radiator that is behind the safe and if you want you can get more info about old-style radiators, which creates the right temperature inside.


Edited by fialongom (08/18/22 06:12 AM)

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