Well I have 4lb's, Tactical, Blackout, Match and Precision and I am wanting to load 45gr in .22hornet, 50gr in .223, 110gr in .300blackout and 150gr in .308 I have the Shooters World data of their site the Lovex data off their site(parent company) and I even emailed the ballistics guy at Shooters world. Out of all this I have come up with a whopping three loads that I can use.Hey Longcarbine. What caliber are you wanting to load for. Found a bit of data.
I found the Tactical powder was very similar to H-335. Maybe just a touch hotter, so maybe load a half grain less. Good starting point anyway.I have some of their Tactical Rifle powder and Clean Shot pistol powder. I decided to try it because it was on sale cheap but haven't loaded any yet. There is very limited data on the containers and darned little more on their website. I think JRinKY (AKA Damcow farmer) said he ran some through an AR. Maybe he'll speak up after he kills another mangy coyote.
Apparently Lovex which is the parent company of Shooters World powder used to make Accurate powder and I have read where this certain SW powder compares to this certain Accurate powder and I realize that an experienced reloader could probably sit down, compare the burn rates and so on and figure out some good loads. But I am a beginner at reloading and to be honest I would just as soon not blow my face off jackassin' around at something I know nothing about, I want some cold hard loading data to go by and this company has very little of that. What I should have done is spent my money on Hogdon or some other well established brand. Having said all this, the people I have talked to who have used Shooters World powder have been very pleased with it, my only problem is that I cant find any data on the caliber and bullet combinations that I want to reload.I found the Tactical powder was very similar to H-335. Maybe just a touch hotter, so maybe load a half grain less. Good starting point anyway.