5.7x28mm SS198LF what's in it???

Reloading info for the 5.7x28mm

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5.7x28mm SS198LF what's in it???

Post by jkelley209 » 21 Jun 2015, 17:10

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Re: 5.7x28mm SS198LF what's in it???

Post by panzermk2 » 21 Jun 2015, 21:38

Same damn thing as all other 192/195.198.

Most all of PB's powders look the same.

Your also a moron thinking by just looking at powders in a pan that they same.

And your burn test? The machine that properly does that is the size of a small car. No way in hell is your test even close to relevant to anything.

The cores are not and have not been a mystery for years.

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Re: 5.7x28mm SS198LF what's in it???

Post by jkelley209 » 22 Jun 2015, 05:40

Jay is absolutely right I am a moron thank you for pointing that out. Here is the UPDATE video.

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Re: 5.7x28mm SS198LF what's in it???

Post by panzermk2 » 22 Jun 2015, 11:03

FN changes powders all the time. There are threads about what types of powder have been used going back years.

Your going to rip your hand up or worse someone else will think your declaration of what type of powder it is will get them injured.

Western only repackages powder they don't manufacture it.


PB Clermont supplies most of Westerns powders including True Blue.


There is already on this forum tested and re tested load data for True Blue.

Have you even looked at all the loading data here on the forum?

Most of PB's 100's of powders are all manufactured the same, double base spiracle powder.

Even under a 60 power non refracting surface microscope they look SAME with every now and then you can see some very minor differences.. I know I have one and have samples. We call them powder cards.

Every powder on these cards is not only different but they are from different manufactures of double base spiracle powder.


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Re: 5.7x28mm SS198LF what's in it???

Post by jkelley209 » 22 Jun 2015, 12:42

Thank you Jay

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