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I am thinking of delving into Quickload, a friend run a copy of a program for me, and on the Powder section, it has "*C"  which I believe is "compressed" and "*T"  what does that mean if I may be so stupid to ask.

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AFAIK *C means it is supposed to have properties that impede copper fouling and *T that it is a temperature stable powder, although take this with a pinch of salt as some of the ones marked as such certainly have a temperature variance.

As to whether a charge is compressed look at the predicted fill ratio at the bottom of the powder input window, anything over 100% is predicted to be compressed (by the margin it exceeds 100%).

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3 hours ago, blackburnbuccaneer said:

AFAIK *C means it is supposed to have properties that impede copper fouling and *T that it is a temperature stable powder, although take this with a pinch of salt as some of the ones marked as such certainly have a temperature variance.

Exactly this ^^

https://quickload.co.uk/products/option-4-quickload-new-data-update-for-march-2019-applies-to-quickload-version-3-onwards/

Quote:

*C = decoppering additive
*T = LTC propellant

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