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New IMR White Hots

New IMR White Hots

Sept. 2008

Muzzleloaders get all of the white smoke without the blackpowder.

Shawnee Mission Kansas, September 25, 2008-- IMR-Legendary Powders enters the muzzleloading market with newly developed White Hots. The only white gunpowder, White Hots unleash pure power offering high performance preformed charges.

IMR engineers have designed the most modern technology muzzleloading propellant that:

€¢ Looks nothing like anything seen before, it's the only white gunpowder

€¢ Are in easy to load preformed charges, especially well suited for speed loading today's 50 caliber in-line 209 rifles

€¢ Delivers faster velocities than the competition for more knock down performance on game

€¢ Shoots consistently with pinpoint shot to shot accuracy

€¢ Is cleaner burning for faster follow-up reloading and easy clean up

€¢ Produces no strong odors, it is sulfur and charcoal free, making rotten egg smell non-existent

€¢ Are packaged in an unique 72-unit carton, convenient for carrying into the field

For ease of use, stunning accuracy, and hard-hitting pure power, it's IMR White Hots. Look for the only white gunpowder at dealers everywhere Spring 2009. For data and more information, call 913-362-9455 or write to IMR-Legendary Powders, 6231 Robinson, Shawnee Mission, KS 66202.

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