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Thread: Hogden H100V and ADI equivalents

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    Hogden H100V and ADI equivalents

    Can any of you smart chaps confirm if H100V is the same as H1000 which I understand is ADI2217 under Hogden label ?

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    Other source is:

    Powder equivalents, ADI Powders Handloaders' Guide

    ADI don't have a "straight" comparison with many of the Hodgdon powders so be careful!!!

    As "I" understand the H100 is more "like" the ADI2213sc, however the H100 is spherical and the 2213 is "extruded" (bulkier)…

    Just my 0.02c$

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    Quote Originally Posted by PERRISCICABA View Post
    Other source is:

    Powder equivalents, ADI Powders Handloaders' Guide

    ADI don't have a "straight" comparison with many of the Hodgdon powders so be careful!!!

    As "I" understand the H100 is more "like" the ADI2213sc, however the H100 is spherical and the 2213 is "extruded" (bulkier)…

    Just my 0.02c$

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    I thought all the Hodgdon stick powder was made by ADI and are simply re-badged. The Hodgdon ball powder are made by someone else.

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    That is the information I have too @stug however the powders in question here are 2 different based powders.

    regards the ADI produce the “extruded” powders for Hodgdon it is also corrected BUT they are different final products all together.

    I hope it help or clarify.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stug View Post
    I thought all the Hodgdon stick powder was made by ADI and are simply re-badged. The Hodgdon ball powder are made by someone else.
    Most, if not all, of the ball powders sold by Hodgdon and Winchester are made by St Marks Powder Company. Some are the exact same powder in different bottles like Win231 and HP-38, or Win296 and H110.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PERRISCICABA View Post
    That is the information I have too @stug however the powders in question here are 2 different based powders.

    regards the ADI produce the “extruded” powders for Hodgdon it is also corrected BUT they are different final products all together.

    I hope it help or clarify.
    I was having an argument with a mate who wouldn't believe me that 2209 was the same as h4350.
    He sent an email to adi and they confirmed they were identical.
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    Thankyou for your recent enquiry with regard to reloading using ADI Sporting powders.

    Some ADI propellants are sold in the US by the Hodgdon Powder Company, including AR2208 which is sold as Varget. It is the same powder.

    Attached is a listed of other powders sold in the US under the Hodgdon brand.

    Extreme caution should be taken and loads should be worked up accordingly. Refer to our website at ADI Powders Handloaders' Guide or our hand-loaders’ guide for more information, warnings and reloading safety.

    We thank you for using ADI Sporting Powders.
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    ADI / Hodgdon Propellants
    ADI Powder/Hodgdon naming
    AS30N.................Clays
    Trail Boss.............Trial Boss
    AS50N.................International
    AP70N.................Universal
    AR2205...............H4227
    AR2207...............H4198
    AR2219...............H322
    BM2....................Benchmark
    AR2206H.............H4895
    AR2208...............Varget
    AR2209...............H4350
    AR2213SC...........H4831 / H4831SC
    AR2217...............H1000
    AR2225...............Retumbo
    AR2218...............H50BMG

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    thanks every one for helpful comments. The stick vs ball powders explains it.
    I my original interest and question regarding H100V is for 180gn projectiles in 300wsm.
    Plan B is RL22, but according to Nosler reload data base the H100V is ~ 50fps faster (& "accurate")
    Any one know if/where Hodgdon H100V is available in NZ ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chainsaw View Post
    thanks every one for helpful comments. The stick vs ball powders explains it.
    I my original interest and question regarding H100V is for 180gn projectiles in 300wsm.
    Plan B is RL22, but according to Nosler reload data base the H100V is ~ 50fps faster (& "accurate")
    Any one know if/where Hodgdon H100V is available in NZ ?
    Have a look on "Steve's Wholesale" site. He's the importer. If he has it you just get a gun shop to get it in. I use it quite a bit. .243 and 300saum.

    Here's the link, and it looks like it is in stock: Hodgdon Powder
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    Thanks @Tahr

 

 

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