Old Powder Company

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novise posted this 06 December 2021

I have some Royal Scot D powder and can not find dat for reloading. I know the Scot powder company does not exist anymore but hope someone has a data book.

All I need is most common pistol or a copy of those pages from the load manual.

Please conatact me if you have it at, my email because I check it daily but not any forums that often.

Email is: [email protected]

Thanks Gary a Novice

 

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Duane Mellenbruch posted this 06 December 2021

 Found this for you, but have no idea if this is a valid site or not.  Perhaps someone else has had experience with the source.

 

https://thepopculturecompany.com/scot_powder_company_reloading_manual.pdf

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Bud Hyett posted this 07 December 2021

About a decade ago, Royal Scot 3032 was used by several people here in the Pacific Northwest for cast bullets loads. If you want to go back in the Match Reports, you might find a listing and a person to contact. I recall this because i was interested, but the sources dried up.

Farm boy from Illinois, living in the magical Pacific Northwest

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R.Gardner posted this 30 January 2022

I have a copy of the Scot Shotshell Reloading Manual if you think that would help.

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Tom G posted this 30 January 2022

Back in the day, myself and another shooter here in MI. were shooting 3032 in our 30 Br's with good success. If I remember correctly, it was just a little faster than 3031.  I would feel safe using it with slightly reduced 3031 loads but if you do, start out low and work your way up. When it was available, we were buying it in cases of 4 eight pound cannisters and spitting it up. I think it was a pulldown powder or maybe rejected military powder that was used in the AR rifles. I once heard that it was rejected for too much flash. It was packaged in black milk jug type containers and had a plain white label with black printing. 

 

Tom G

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Fiddler posted this 31 January 2022

Got a pound of Scot Pearl a couple years ago, $3 as I recall. Looked at a 2 or 3 powder burn rate charts and used data from close matches. I started low and had no surprises.

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