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So what is it good for?

 

Have a 1lb of Power Pistol and plenty of bullets in 9mm, 40 S&W, 38 special, and 45 acp.

 

Which caliber listed (if any) is it better suited for and what are some of Power Pistols strengths and weaknesses?

 

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Power Pistol is designed for high performance loads.  It'll get you up there to the top of the envelope for a particular caliber, particularly 9mm, .40S&W, & 10mm.  It's not really designed with lite loads in mind.  However, Alliant has load data listed for a wide selection of calibers, from .32 auto up to .500 S&W Mag.  Downside, other than it's not the best for lite loads, is that it has a loud blast & large fireball.

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Works great for fast loads in all of the calibers already mentioned.  Also good for revolver loads below Blue Dot/2400 full house magnum territory.  The shock & awe effect is definitely interesting, but not always wanted.  

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Power Pistol has worked well for me. I have loaded it most for a PCC with 125gr bullets, very accurate and plenty of gas for the comp. I have also loaded a 9+p load with a 115gr bullet for hard set steel and poppers calibrated for shotguns at multigun matches. 

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