On another site I'm reading a thread that one guy who shoots ipda is talking about powders. He said bullseye & tight group are cleaner than universal.
It's been a while but I remember it being the opposite ...
Y'all clear me up some plz.
I’ve used all 3 of those over the years, nothing against Bullseye, but use Titegroup now for that burn speed.
Universal is a bit slower, more a ‘mid-range’ handgun powder.
I’d say also individual powders can be made to be cleaner or ‘dirtier’ with different pressure levels. So maybe some of it depends, I do like both Universal and Titegroup for suited applications.
IT depends on the load leve. Universal at low pressures wont burn cleanly. TG & BE can both scorch the outside of the cases & leave a lot od crud in the gun as well.
IF YOU AREN'T HANDLOADING, YOU AREN'T SHOOTING ENOUGH!
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Of those two, Universal Clays (I suspect you meant Universal Clays and not Universal) is cleaner but not with low pressure loads.
Haven't used Bullseye.
That said, I use Titegroup for general practice loads. W231 is grungy, but I find it so darn useful.
9mm and 45 ACP.
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