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Hodgdon® Triple Se7en® .50-Cal. Pellets
Who hunt and fish scout look withered. Hodgdon is a company with a rich and. Really interesting history that all started with bruce hodgdon back after. World war two when he bought a bunch of surplus gunpowder from the us government sell the recreational shooters and sportsmen it's really worth taking a. Look at the history of hodgdon at hod gins encom you'll find it pretty interesting yourself i guarantee it but the bottom line is if it weren't for the hod gins and a few other people from that era sportsmen probably would not have. The access that we do to gunpowder for. Our favorite activities if it wouldn't have been for the things that they did in my muzzle loaders I've been using. Hodgins product called triple7 know what that is a black-powder substitute you. Can get it in granular or pellet form and it's super clean burning highly. Efficient it gives you high velocities and also it's very easy to clean up. You can clean it up with water unlike traditional black powder that's not only. Smelly but it's very difficult to clean up it's a pretty volatile substance so. If you're a muzzle loader who really likes to experiment and work up the perfect recipe for your load you're probably going to go with triple seven in the granular form because it's going to allow you to get different volumetric measurements of the powder so you can work up that ideal recipe for your. Bullet and powder combination in your muzzle-loader somebody like me who really likes the convenience of fast. Loading already measured products that's. What you're going to get in the triple seven pellets for the 50 caliber muzzle. Loader you've got 30 grain 50 grain and 60 grand pellets they're each sold on. Their individual own boxes so let's say you wanted to work up a 90 green load for some reason all you have to do is stack 60 green pellets on top of a 30 green pellet they're really easy to load all you have to do is it comes with a little pipe cleaner and stick it in the center of the pellet and you drop it down the muzzle-loader you don't want to touch these because you don't want to get oil or moisture from your hand because again you know these are made for burning and propelling a bullet so you don't want to get any moisture on the pellets if you're a traditionalist. You're probably going to cringe at the idea of using pellets you're going to you're going to want to do your own powder measurements and kind of go more of the old-school way and that's perfectly fine to each their own but. Again if you want that convenience the. Pellets are a really great way to go, and they have not failed me yet in terms of. Pricing your going to be able to get a hundred count box of the pellets for in. The ballpark of $30.00 so you're looking at approximately 30 cents per pellet which i would say is a pretty good deal because it's saving you a lot of time and you're getting the consistency that you want time after time reload after reload with. Your mother lode.
Hodgdon® Triple Se7en® Powder - 1 lb.
Size: 1 lb.
Available: FFG, FFFG.
IMR White Hots Pellets
Hodgdon® Triple Se7en® Pellets - .45 Caliber
Hodgdon® IMR White Hot .50-Cal. Pellets – 4 Pack
Hodgdon® Triple Se7en .45-Caliber Pellets – Four-Pack
Hodgdon® Triple Se7en® Powder 4-lb. Kit
Size: 4 lb.
Available: FFG, FFFG.