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Gentlmen,
I was reloading for my SBH the other day after I had finished reloading for my 44 colt for CAS.  I use Titegroup in my 44 colt and decided to try it in the SBH.  I have never heard or read anything posted here on it.  I used 8.0 and 9.0 grains of titegroup and got very good groups for me on a cold day.  In the 1 1/4" class with a couple almost cutting the same hole.  Didn't know what to expect, but since I hadn't heard it mentioned here before the results were kind of surprising and pleasantly received.  

FYI and remember, if you throw enough lead in the air something is liable to fall!
 

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Have used tightgroup in .357 and .41, have gotten good accurracy in both. Seems to be a rather good plinking powder. Also have had very good results with Universal Clays in both, Universal seems to be cleaner burning. At 25 yds Universal will give me 1 to 1-1/2 groups with most bullets.
 

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sjf,
Thanks for the reply. Have been debating Universal clays for some time now.  You just convinced me!
 
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