New: Alliant Powder Green Dot Improved Formula

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posted on July 30, 2018
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U.S. smokeless propellant manufacturer Alliant Powder has released an improved Green Dot product, which they say will allow shooters to “get the tight, consistent, long-range patterns of Green Dot with significantly less fouling.”

According to the press release, “The improved formulation burns much cleaner, with precise burn rates that produce dense, uniform patterns, as well as less felt recoil. Enhanced Green Dot is optimized for handicap trap loads, yet versatile enough for a variety of target and field applications.”

We are sure that if that this new Green Dot lives up to the company’s legendary lot-to-lot powder consistency, this is a no-brainer purchase for trap shooters that shoot handicap matches, or anyone looking for a cleaner burning powder that can minimize felt recoil. The best part: Green Dot powder, like sister powder Red Dot, is made right here in the USA.

Pricing is in line with other target and field powders. The best buy is the 8-pound canister that retails for $170. Additionally, there are 1-pound and 4-pound bottles available for $25 and $90.

New and improved Green Dot powder shipments are being delivered to dealers now.

For more information and load data, please visit www.alliantpowder.com

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