Originally Posted by DarkShooter
I got some 2400 on hand as well. Seems like it has the right qualities to be a good 10mm powder, but seems like not many use it. It meters great thru a measure too.
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I tried 2400 for the same reason, had some left laying around from my .357 loading days. I liked it a lot, for what ever reason, I got some of the best accuarcy, no weird flyers like back in the Model 19 days. The negative is I think the upside velocity wise is limited. Not as weak as faster powders, but decidedly below what a powder like 800x, AA#9, Blue Dot, etc. might deliver.
It is a fun caliber to load for, enjot it.