order of burning rate from fastest to slowest
very fine grained, very fast burning rifle powder suited to .22
Hornet loads but also useful in some Magnum pistol loads. Its
burning rate is close to that of IMR-4227
500g. Has a burning rate slightly slower than AR-2206 and
is between AR-2206 and AR-2208. A very versatile powder ina range
of calibres giving outstanding accuracy.
very useful fine grained fast burning rifle powder for cartridges
such as the .222 Remington and 7.62mm X 39 Russian. Its burning
rate is close to that of IMR-4198 although it meters significantly
better through standard powder loaders.
A useful fine
grained medium/slow burning rifle powder for medium sized cartridges
such as .308 Winchester and 25-06. Its burning rate is close to
that of IMR-4064 but its bulk density is higher.
useful fine grained, moderately slow burning rifle powder for
cartridges such as 22-250, .243 Winchester, .270 Winchester, 30-06
and 300 Winchester Magnum. Its burning rate is close to that of
IMR 4350 but its bulk density is a little higher and its metering
through a powder loader is better.
500g. A slow burning rate rifle powder for cartridges such as
.270 Winchester and 300 Winchester Magnum. AR-2213SC replaced
AR-2213 in the Australian reloading market and was only manufactured
every three to four years. As a result, the powder that reached
the shooter may not be of recent manufacture and stockout situations
occasionally occurred. ADI produces AR-2213SC for the North American
reloading market and is in regular production. This enables ADI
to be in a better position to guarantee supply.
500g. A fine grained, very slow burning rifle powder, suited for
use in most large calibre magnums.
500g. Originally developed for the Australian Defence
Force 5.56mm its burning rate lies between Bench Mark 1 and Bench
Mark 2. It is considered having good accuracy in small and medium
very fine grained powder with very high bulk density and superior
metering characteristics for use by bench rest shooters in cartridges
such as .22 PPC. It is intermediate in burning rate between AR-2207
fine grained powder with very high bulk density and superior metering
characteristics for use in national rifle association match loads
such as 223 Remington with 68-69 grain projectiles. It is similar
in burning rate close to Ar-2206, but can be faster depending
on the calibre used.
500g. An extremely slow burning rifle propellant, initially developed
for the Australian Defence Force 0.50 cal and is perfect for over-bore,
large capacity magnums.
500g. A very slow burning rate propellant optimised for the 300
Remington Ultra Magnum. It is also suitable for large capacity
magnum cases and small overbore cartridges.