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Anyone Using Pufflon Powder Filler ?

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by 10 Spot Terminator, Mar 12, 2008.

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  1. 10 Spot Terminator

    10 Spot Terminator Member

    Feb 6, 2008
    Have read some old forums where some benchrest shooters looking to reduce bullet drag, pressures, increase speeds and reduce fouling as well as attempting to improve accuracy were experimenting with friction fighters such as Triflon with some success verses Moly ,,, Now I am seeing a case filler lubricant called Pufflon that I will only say intreagues me as I have had success with Moly along with the one drawback of it being prone to rusting when it is exsposed to the elements for any period of time and when hunting takes it out of the "consistant performer" catagory for me . Pufflon I would guess has a Teflon based make up and am looking to see if anyone has used it and if it tends to "build up" in a barrel . Another food for thought is it could help to fill the case which has had favor with me in producing some of my best loads and influenced some of my powder selections based on case filling capabilities . This being a true forum lets rattle this idea around a bit ,,, Whattaya say ???
  2. BigSlick

    BigSlick Member

    Feb 12, 2005
    Texas of Course
    Check over at www.glockpost.com forum.

    One of the shooters there has some experience with it.

    I've never used it, but the description reads pretty well and it seems to have a mixed/good rep.

    Are you primarily looking for case filler or the lube properties ?
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