Premium Handgun Powder: Alliant Sport Pistol Powder
Introduction to Alliant Sport Pistol Powder
Alliant Sport Pistol powder stands as the leader in metallic handgun powder performance. It offers clean and consistent burns with minimal fouling, making it the perfect choice for serious competition, training, and defensive pistol loads. At Lambton Armory, we proudly offer Alliant Sport Pistol powder to assist handloaders in achieving their desired results.
About Alliant Sport Pistol
Alliant Sport Pistol powder is a single-base extruded powder that is exclusively made by Alliant Powder. Its cylindrical shape ensures a highly consistent burn rate, making it suitable for a wide range of handgun cartridge capacities. With its ability to minimize fouling and provide consistent metering, Sport Pistol powder is a top choice for competitive shooting and duty use.
Superior Performance for Handgun Loads
Alliant’s Sport Pistol powder excels in popular defensive calibers such as 9mm, .38 Special, .357 Magnum, .40 S&W, 10mm, .45 Auto, and more. Whether you are loading for training, competition, or self-defense purposes, Sport Pistol powder delivers outstanding accuracy and reliability.
Why We Recommend Alliant Sport Pistol Powder
As a distributor of top brands, we highly recommend Alliant Sport Pistol powder to handloaders seeking premium results. Our recommendation is based on the powder’s exceptional performance and reliability. We also provide loading manuals to assist handloaders in perfecting their self-defense and competition pistol loads.
Sample Load Data for Alliant Sport Pistol Powder
Here are some select load examples using Alliant Sport Pistol powder in common calibers:
- 115gr FMJ: 3.5-3.8gr of Sport Pistol powder
- 124gr JHP: 3.2-3.6gr of Sport Pistol powder
- 155gr JHP: 4.0-4.4gr of Sport Pistol powder
- 180gr RN: 3.6-4.0gr of Sport Pistol powder
- 230gr Wadcutter: 5.0-5.4gr of Sport Pistol powder
- 230gr RN: 4.6-5.0gr of Sport Pistol powder
Remember to always work up loads carefully, following published data and adhering to safe handling procedures.
Frequently Asked Questions about Alliant Sport Pistol Powder
Here are answers to some common questions about Alliant Sport Pistol powder:
What calibers does Alliant Sport Pistol powder work best in?
Alliant Sport Pistol powder excels in medium-pressure handgun loads, making it suitable for a wide range of calibers.
How does Alliant Sport Pistol powder compare to Unique or Bullseye?
Alliant Sport Pistol powder falls between Unique and Bullseye in terms of burn rate, making it well-suited for metallic cartridge pistols.
Where can I purchase Alliant Sport Pistol powder?
At Lambton Armory, we always have Alliant Sport Pistol powder in stock to meet the needs of handloaders like you.
Alliant Sport Pistol powder is the premium choice for achieving superior performance in metallic handgun loads. Its clean burn, minimal fouling, and consistent metering make it ideal for competition, training, and defensive purposes. When it comes to handloading, trust Lambton Armory to provide you with Alliant Sport Pistol powder.
- What other powders are comparable to Alliant Sport Pistol powder?
Alliant Sport Pistol powder falls between Unique and Bullseye in terms of burn rate, making it a unique and versatile option for metallic cartridge pistols.
- Can Alliant Sport Pistol powder be used for rifle loads?
No, Alliant Sport Pistol powder is specifically designed for use in metallic handgun loads and should not be used for rifle loads.
- Is Alliant Sport Pistol powder suitable for +P loads?
Yes, Alliant Sport Pistol powder can be used for +P loads, but it is important to always follow published load data and adhere to safe handling procedures.
- Can I use Alliant Sport Pistol powder for shotshells?
No, Alliant Sport Pistol powder is not recommended for use in shotshells. It is specifically formulated for metallic handgun loads.
- Where can I find load data for Alliant Sport Pistol powder?
Alliant Powder provides load data for Sport Pistol powder on their official website, and we also offer loading manuals at Lambton Armory.