It's described as faster than IMR-3031 and similar to Hodgdon H322. I think before 1999 a lot of the Hodgdon powders were Scot powders before Hodgdon went to ADI powders. The Scot numbers don't really cross reference with the similar IMR numbers even though I think the Scot powder plant was licensed by Dupont to make IMR type powders.
iVE USED SCOTT Brigadier 3032 for quite a while. It works fairly well in the 6mm PPC and the 5.56 w/ lighter bullets. The burn rate Ive seen is a tad faster than H322. Its one of the cleaner burning powders youll encounter.
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