IMR White Hots Black Powder Substitute 50 Caliber #209 Primer Pre-Formed Charges 72PK
IMR White Hots Black Powder Overview:
IMR white hots Black Powder is a 100-grain, 50-caliber pellet for muzzleloaders. These forms make for fast reloads with pre-formed charges that easily drop down the barrel and are easy to pack without the need for measures or funnels. IMR white hots Black Powder are clean-burning, so they’re easy to shoot. You do not need to clean the barrel of your gun. There are many different ways to remove the residue from your gun. It’s important to know which method to use to produce a wet patch so you don’t end up with something that looks like vomit.
With the White Hots, it’s almost like shooting a machine gun. They provide the fastest load times, with speeds reaching over 2,300 fps and knocking down targets with more than 2,600 foot-pounds of bone-crushing force. White Hots are a must for a muzzleloader to get the most out of its long reach.
Shooting consistently with a White Hots allows you to be more accurate and get the ball in the hole. White Hots work with all 209 primers and are the only white gunpowder in the industry. They work with all 209 ignition rifles. They’re a unique alternative to traditionally performed charges. Because of the faster velocities, the White Hots give better knockdowns than regular Heat while maintaining the consistency of your shot-to-shot accuracy. These containers make it easy to carry, even when the temperature is as cold as it is in the field.
Production of IMR powders dates back over 200 years when the company was originally founded by E. I DuPont. Available for use in many reloading applications, the IMR series of powder is trusted by reloaders all across the globe.
Warning About Smokeless Powder:
Never exceed the load listed in the reloaders guide. When mixing two or more powders, never mix them. Never substitute another powder for Black Powder or a Black Powder substitute.
WARNING: This product may contain chemicals that are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
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