Anyone have any hard evidence that RL26 erodes throats significantly faster than the usual powders used in this chambering? Getting mine back soon and was curious. I have plenty of the other commonly used powders, but if I can gain velocity and find an accurate load without destroying my barrel prematurely I’m all about it. I don’t intend on long strings and hot barrels so that’ll factor in. On this one I’m also going to start with non magnum primers, people seem to be doing well with these. I probably need to include, 28”, 8.7 twist, 180 class bullets, made to a long dummy round seated well above neck/shoulder/donut. what do ya think?