Hodgdon Pyrodex Black Powder Substitute 44 Caliber 30 Grain Pellets Package of 100

(9 customer reviews)


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100 Piece

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Hodgdon Pyrodex Black Powder Substitute 44 Caliber 30 Grain Pellets Package of 100

Hodgdon Pyrodex Black Powder Hodgdon Pyrodex Pellets offer high consistency and allow for quicker follow-up shots. With pellets, muzzleloaders don’t have to worry about spilling powder or taking the time to measure out powder loads which makes reloading a faster process.

Note: Do not exceed the loads displayed in the reloaders guide.

  • Never mix any two powders regardless of type, brand, or source.
  • Never substitute any smokeless powder for Black Powder or any Black Powder substitute.
  • For use in Revolvers only
 WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm – www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

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100 Piece

9 reviews for Hodgdon Pyrodex Black Powder Substitute 44 Caliber 30 Grain Pellets Package of 100

  1. shortgun Joe

    Convenient way to load my Ruger New Army. Consistent velocities and good accuracy when combined with Hornanday round balls

  2. Black Power shooter

    This stuff works great. Easy to use faster reloading means more fun. Maybe a little dirtier than Pyrodex powder, but much quicker to load. Nothing to measure.

  3. Hillbilly

    These are the best drop in a charge , felt, ball. Rock-n-roll.

  4. victore

    Easy and convenient and easy to use and load, plus accurate, no complaints

  5. kraken

    I use it in my 1858 .44 Remington, it produces consistent and accurate results. Using the pellets as pre meassured load is cleaner and a safer alternative over loose powder.

  6. Rosweell

    It is very convenient to load your revolver with these pellets. Especially on a windy day at the range or on a hunt. You do need a wad in-between pellet and ball to prevent a chain fire. A chain fire could potentially hurt you and damage your firearm. There are videos on youtube explaining this in furture detail. The firearm acually fouls quicker with pellets than powder. I’m supposing it because of whatever glue or compound that holds the pellet in a stable shape. However I use the pellets alot and very much enjoy the convenience.

  7. Normlee

    I use them in my Pietta 1858 New Model Army and my 1860 Pietta Colt reproductions. The ease of use is the big thing. You can pour loose powder just about as fast. Cost wise you get 3000 grains of Pyrodex for about the same price as 7000 grains of Triple 777. Loads are 30 grain pellets compaired to 25 grains of Triple 777.

  8. Rkvak

    I plan on using them in my 1860 army cap and ball pistol. Haven’t used them yet.

  9. ryan

    Easy peasy. Goes bang like it should

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