Shooters World 50 BMG Smokeless Powder 8 Lb By Lovex
NOTE* shooters world 50 bmg powder 8 lbs LLC imports, distributes and supports Lovex propellants in the United States. Reloading data has been generated both with European CIP and American SAAMI methods. Both organizations recognize mutual safety in the assessment of pressures and velocities, despite their different methods. When loading with Shooters World propellants, please utilize only data published by Shooters World LLC or Lovex. Comparisons to other propellants are meant strictly to convey relative burn rates, and have no bearing upon specific recipes. All available reloading data may be found by following the links below, highlighted in RED.
Product Overview of shooters world 50 bmg powder
We are proud to offer shooters world 50 bmg powder 8 lbs in stock. 50 BMG Powder for sale is a medium-slow burning, high density, double base, ball propellant most suitable for .50 Browning cartridge. In addition to nitrocellulose double base powders contain also nitroglycerin (8 – 23 %) as an energetic component. shooters world 50 bmg load data contain also a small percentage of stabilizers or other additives as the single base powders. Double base powders are of higher energetic value than single base powders and their ballistic performance is better.
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Note*As with any propellant and load combination, a minor change to any of the components of the test load CAN result in significant shift in ballistic performance. This shift can cause unintended high pressures, and result in injury or death. Therefore, Shooters World LLC, nor the manufacturer of this propellant take no responsibility for the intentional or unintentional misuse of this product. The charge weights and results noted within are not recommended, either as a starting nor completed load. They are shown merely as an indication of potential performance in one test load, shot by CIP standards.