Alliant Extra Lite Powder For Sale In Stock
Every bottle of Alliant Smokeless Powder is guaranteed by a century of manufacturing experience and the industry’s most stringent quality control processes.
To maintain uniformity, the chemical composition, grain shape and size, and overall density are continually verified and evaluated in a ballistics lab.
Alliant Extra Lite Powder is a new shotshell propellant that reduces expense, recoil, and headaches for 12 gauge shooters who are converting from 1 1/8 ounce loads to 7/8 and 1 ounce loads.
Many shooters are looking for a powder with a density that will allow them to use conventional components (wads and casings).
These same shooters seek pressure levels that ensure complete combustion across a wide temperature range while remaining clean burning. They now have it with Alliant Extra Lite Powder.
Warnings from the Manufacturer: Do not exceed the loads displayed in the reloaders guide. Never mix any two powders regardless of type, brand, or source. Never substitute any smokeless powder for Black Powder or any Black Powder substitute.
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Alliant Extra Lite Powder Specifications
What are the Difference Between Black Powder and Smokeless Powder?
Nitrocellulose propellants emit significantly less smoke and flash than black powder and provide significantly more mechanical work per unit weight. Other advantages of smokeless powder include its enhanced storage stability, reduced erosive effects on cannon bores, and improved control over its rate of burning.
What is Unique Smokeless Powder Used for?
The most versatile shotgun/handgun powder available. Excellent for loads of 12, 16, 20, and 28 gauge. Use with the majority of hulls, primers, and wads. Main Use: All-purpose shotshell powder in 12, 16, and 20 ga.
What is the Composition of Smokeless Gun Powder?
Spherical smokeless powder is generally made from nitrocellulose as the base material. The nitrocellulose may be derived from purified cellulose, such as from cotton linters or wood, which is then nitrated by being treated with nitric and sulfuric acids (Olsen 1942. Smokeless powder.