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Unread 04-21-2024, 07:55 AM   #1
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Default Accurate Nitro 100 NF

Picked up quite a bit of this including a 25 pound keg which appears to be full, might be missing just a tad. Anyone have any experience with it? Any published recipes anywhere?
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From the Hodgdon site-

Nitro 100 New Formulation is a fast burning, flattened spherical, double-base shotshell powder that is a clean burning, cost-effective choice for all 12 gauge target applications.

NOTE: The reformulated Nitro 100 has been optimized to improve flow and ignition characteristics. Always use the most current load data.

We are in the process of developing loads for Nitro100 – “New Formulation”.

For shotshell please use load guide version 2.1 or later.
For centerfire metallic cartridges please use load guide version 3.5 or later.

Made in the USA.
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Nitro 100 NF has a burn rate between E3 and Extra-Lite. In theory the load data should approximate what E3 and EL are. We shall see.
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Here is just a single search on the Hodgdon site for 1 oz, Rem hull, Cheddite primer with Nitro 100 NF.....


Reloading Data Center
2 3/4" REMINGTON STS, NITRO 27, OR GUN CLUB PLASTIC SHELLS
Your search returned 10 loads items
Gauge: 12 Lead Shot 1 oz.
Manufacturer, Powder, Primer, Wad, Charge, Pressure (PSI), Velocity (ft/s)

Accurate, Nitro 100 NF, Ched. 209, Rem. TGT 12, 16.7, 8,800, 1,180

Accurate, Nitro 100 NF, Ched. 209, Rem. TGT 12, 17.8, 9,900, 1,235

Accurate, Nitro 100 NF, Ched. 209, Rem. TGT 12, 18.9, 10,900, 1,290

Accurate, Nitro 100 NF, Ched. 209, WAA12L, 16.7, 9,500, 1,180

Accurate, Nitro 100 NF, Ched. 209, WAA12L, 17.9, 10,800, 1,235

Accurate, Nitro 100 NF, Ched. 209, CB 4100-12B, 16.9, 8,000, 1,180

Accurate, Nitro 100 NF, Ched. 209, CB 4100-12B, 17.9, 9,000, 1,235

Accurate, Nitro 100 NF, Ched. 209, CB 4100-12B, 19, 9,900, 1,290

Accurate, Nitro 100 NF, Ched. 209, 12P1, 14.6, 9,300, 1,125

Accurate, Nitro 100 NF, Ched. 209, 12P1, 15.7, 10,500, 1,180
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It also is very close to Titewad and can use the data for that. Looks to make a dandy 3/4-1oz load. As a friend I would be willing to take some off your hands before it goes bad. See here:

https://www.shotgunworld.com/threads...t#post-4965708
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Looks like it has some possibilities, thanks !
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Now you have to look at the container and check whether it's Hodgdon or Western sourced. That will determine which data you use.
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For comparison with Western sourced powder with Remington hulls....Found on page 78 of the Western data book.

https://ryancleckner.com/wp-content/...2016_Web-1.pdf
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