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Is anyone using Shootersworld blackout for reloading 300 Blackout subsonics? I see it is inexpensive and has published data. It seems to be manufactured in Germany. Any advice on this topic would be great.

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I see nobody has responded to you, so I thought I would. I've never used it but, if there is good published data, try it out. Most powder now isn't inexpensive. Work up a few loads and see how they do. 

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I've not tried "yet", none on the shelf here, but several discussions over at accurate shooter dot com forum.  Most comments seem positive, but again, no first hand experience.

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I'm sharing experience but not answering OP question. I felt the data was sparse. One needed to on a hunting trip to find information. The situation looks to be getting better. I've used three rifle powders and two pistol powders from SW. I headed out shortly to shoot some 270 loaded with SW 4350. The Precision Rifle is similar to Varget. Heavy Pistol is similar to Accurate #9. Had it not been for SW powder I would have been SOL in several areas of my reloading. Most likely I'll continue to use the powder after the bogus famine is over. The SW equivalent of 5744 is about $10.00 less expensive than Accurate's. Be aware the price gougers are on the move here. Sorry, no Blackout experience.

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