Alliant Powder Power Pro 1200-R

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posted on November 20, 2013
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AR and modern sporting rifle users can go through a lot of ammunition, which is why many try to save a few dollars by reloading. Alliant Powder has developed a propellant that is specifically formulated for high-volume .223 handloaders using a progressive press.

Power Pro 1200-R meters well, and its double base provides consistent ignition and performance across temperature and humidity extremes.

Alliant Powder’s Power Pro family includes several propellant varieties tailored to specific rifle and handgun loads. The spherical powder offers improved velocity and density for more efficient metering and loading, and it enables reloaders to duplicate certain factory loaded ammunition.

Power Pro 1200-R reloading powder is made in the U.S.A. and features Alliant Powder’s lot-to-lot consistency.

Part No. / Description / MSRP

150677 Power Pro 1200-R; 1-pound bottle $19.95

150678 Power Pro 1200-R; 8-pound canister $141.95

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