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Reload Swiss RS20 Pistol Powder 1/2Kg Pot

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£44.00 incl tax

RS20 was developed many years ago on behalf of the Swiss Army for 9 mm pistol ammunition. Since then, it has proved highly effective in a variety of different pistol calibres. Until now, RS20 has been supplied by various dealers in Switzerland.

 
 

Standard calibres

 

  • 9 mm Luger
  • .38 Special
  • .40 S&W
  • 7.62 x 25 Tokarev
  • 7.65 Parabellum
 
 

Powder type

RS20 is a porous, extruded flake propellant based on nitrocellulose.

 
 

Safe service life

If properly stored, the propellant powder remains safe to use for up to ten years.

 
 

Verification tolerances

Batch-to-batch tolerance:

v5 ±12 m/s
pmax ±250 bar

  

Reloading is an enjoyable and rewarding hobby that is easily conducted with safety. But reloading can be hazardous. The essence of reloading safety is proper handling and storage of primers and powder. As important is strict following of the instructions given by the manufacturers of the reloading equipment as well as the reloading components.

RS20 was developed many years ago on behalf of the Swiss Army for 9 mm pistol ammunition. Since then, it has proved highly effective in a variety of different pistol calibres. Until now, RS20 has been supplied by various dealers in Switzerland.

 
 

Standard calibres

 

  • 9 mm Luger
  • .38 Special
  • .40 S&W
  • 7.62 x 25 Tokarev
  • 7.65 Parabellum
 
 

Powder type

RS20 is a porous, extruded flake propellant based on nitrocellulose.

 
 

Safe service life

If properly stored, the propellant powder remains safe to use for up to ten years.

 
 

Verification tolerances

Batch-to-batch tolerance:

v5 ±12 m/s
pmax ±250 bar

  

Reloading is an enjoyable and rewarding hobby that is easily conducted with safety. But reloading can be hazardous. The essence of reloading safety is proper handling and storage of primers and powder. As important is strict following of the instructions given by the manufacturers of the reloading equipment as well as the reloading components.