H110 and WW296 may give higher velocities, but they have idiosyncrasies that don't outweigh the small velocity gains you get over 2400.
For full house, or heavy loads in a 44 mag, 2400 is hard to beat. Very consistent , easy to light, and acts predictably(can't be said of 296/110). It is my go to powder for 44 mag. Lots of usefulness in reduced rifle loads too.
Any fast powder is fine for plinking loads in a 44 mag, unique among them.
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