I posted in the thread "In praise of Alliant Unique propellant" and reported on using Unique loads in modern inline muzzleloaders, mostly CVA Optima Pro and Rossi .50 models, as well as CVA V2's. My post was deleted on the grounds that "newbies could get the wrong idea". Per Modern Muzzleloader RuIes, I attempted to send an email to email@example.com about this deletion. Yesterday I got a notice that my email provider was unable to deliver this email, so I am posting this in this Forum. Both before and after my post about using Unique in my break action inline muzzleloaders I consulted Modern Muzzleloader Rules. I found nothing prohibiting my post. My posted results were very specific, listing projectile weights, propellant weights (both to the nearest tenth of a grain), chronograph velocities and calculated energies in foot pounds. All the loads I posted were lower in energy than those generated by loads recommended by the manufacturers, 3 Pyrodex 50 grain pellets in the case of the Rossis and the CVA Optima Pro. None of the loads I reported showed any signs of stressing my rifles.