Just wanted to share a little bit of my recent findings and testing with this powder. I couldn’t find a whole lot of information on it as it is not currently the most popular powder choice. I think a lot of that has to do with vitavhouri and not claiming it to be temperature stable. Anyways, I had been shooting H1000 out of my 6.5 PRC and a buddy shooting out of 7 SAUM. Both of us struggled with bad es and sd, and after playing a little bit on Gordon’s reloading tool determined that it’s probably too slow of a powder for our shorter barrels. According to the burn rates this powder was the sweet spot. My only concern was just how temperature sensitive it was. I looked high and low and only found one bit of solid information on it and temperature sensitivity on another forum. So I constructed my own little tests trying to simulate both the rifle and ammunition at different temperatures to determine muzzle velocity shifts due to temp. My results were quite in line with the ones I had found online. With the migration in velocity being less significant in my own personally realistic hunting temperatures 0- 60* F I think this will prove to be a great option. And while yes it’s not the most temp stable I think if it can be calculated or accounted for with most ballistic calculators now anyways then it’s not a worry for me. I know I didn’t go into great detail on my rifle specs or test method and would be happy to answer any questions but I just wanted to share my findings because I couldn’t find much out there on this. I think it’d prove to be a great option for lots of guys with shorter barreled magnums (6.5 prc, 7 SAUM etc) to get great velocity’s as well as much easier to find in stock.