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Got a half-page ad. in the new Handloader. Went on their website and it is not even listed...CUTE.
 

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Shawnee Mission Kansas, IMR-Legendary Powders, the innovator of super short cut technology introduces IMR 4007 SSC. You may want to get out your chronograph and see the difference this powder makes as it falls between IMR 4350 and 4064. "SSC" or Super Short Cut powder translates into charge weight consistency ergo accuracy. This important feature of 4007 SSC means the powder easily and accurately flows through the powder measure.

It's shortened grain drops smoothly into small case necks making it perfect for classic varmint cartridges like the 22-250, 220 Swift and 243 Winchester. Users of popular big game cartridges such as the 30-06, 300 Winchester Short Magnum and 7mm Winchester Short Magnum can attain top velocities typical of extruded powders, with the precision metering inherent in this new product.

Additionally, the short powder grains permit ideal load density, making top velocities achievable where a bulkier long grained propellants fall short.

Here are three classic cartridges that produce outstanding velocities with IMR 4007 SSC:

* 22-250 Remington 55 grain bullet, 39 grains IMR 4007 SSC=3,786fps
* 220 Swift 50 grain bullet, 43 grains IMR 4007 SSC=3,922fps
* 30/06 150 grain bullet, 55.3 grains IMR 4007 SSC=2,972fps
 

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Thats good.

Where did you come up with that little article? Seriously I could not find mention of it at all on their site. I wonder if they have more data on that powder on other cartridges now??
 
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