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I purchased some Titegroup powder and want to reload some 44 Mag,445 Super mag , 500 S&W rounds. I have seen it suggested to use a filler in the case to take up space. One suggestion was Cream of Wheat. Is this true ? Does anyone have a better alternative? Any info is appreciated.
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No filler needed. Titegroup was designed to work in large cases with only a small amount of powder. The Hodgdon website will give you load guidance.

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Thanks for info Dave.
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Thanks for info Dave.
Here is a link to Hodgdon load data for Titegroup:


https://www.hodgdon.com/titegroup/

Unlike pistol powders of the past, powder position in large cases (45 Colt, 357 Magnum and others) has virtually no effect on velocity and performance.

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