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Hi Marshall,

After going through some older threads, I noticed "AA#5 and Universal Clays vs. Unique", where you mentioned that AA#5 "... has a significantly lower flame temperature". Since I had seen what high temperature powders could do to the front face of cylinders (didn't have chance to check forcing cones), I would definitely want to stay away from those. Would you, please, suggest some powders for revolvers, ranging from target loads to hunting ones, which have lower flame temperature and reduced muzzle blast for heavier hunting loads. Old Jim mentioned in one of his posts that he got quite low blast with 16 grains of AA#7 behind 44-240 SWC (est. 1300 fps). God Bless! Thanks, Onty.

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