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BlackHorn 209 High Performance Muzzleloading Powder

   

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BlackHorn 209® High Performance Muzzleloading Powder is a low-residue, high-performance propellant for muzzleloaders and black powder cartridges. Consistently performs at higher velocities with impressive accuracy and reduced fouling. 10 oz. cannister.
Manufacturer style #: 55545.

  • Engineered for modern in-line muzzleloaders with 209 ignition
  • High velocity
  • Noncorrosive
  • Easy cleanup
  • Uses standard 209 shotshell primer
BlackHorn 209 High Performance Muzzleloading Powder 4.5 5 12 12
Order Stuff is amazing. Shot 14 times with no swabbing. Shoots quarters at 100 yards. It might be more of a pain to load than the triple 7 but its well worth the effort. Cleaning is also a breeze. A+ October 18, 2013
BlackHorn 209 Although I agree with the other reviewers that this powder is accurate and you certainly can fire several consecutive sabots without cleaning your in-line , it is harder to measure and more difficult to pour than other modern blackpowder substitutes, is MESSY and EXPENSIVE. October 3, 2013
the real deal this powder is the absolute best on the market for inlines, hands down...i have a TC Triumph Bone Collector and after trying a couple different types of pellet powders that left me cleaning my bore after every 2 shots i decided to try this and I am beyond happy that I did...shot 20 rounds at the range today and didnt swab the bore once...the 20th round loaded as easy as the 1st...unheard of until this stuff hit the market!...as far as accuracy, you won't find anything better...brought the gun home from range and clean-up was easiest I have ever experienced...bottom line, if you have one of today's high end inlines and you're not shooting this powder, you're missing the bus...and if anyone wants to know, I shoot the Hornady 300 grain FPB's and the CCI 209M primers...my TC shoots 1 inch groups at 100 yards with this combo...can't beat it...happy shooting February 10, 2013
Great stuff This powder lives up to the hype.. I just bought a TC Encore 209/50 and decided to go with Blackhorn based on the reviews. I use Barnes Spit-Fire T-EZ 250's with 95 grains of BH209. I sent 12 rounds down range in just over an hour. The last round loaded as easy as the first without swabing. Clean up is a breeze just like a regular rifle. November 22, 2012
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I have a Pieta 1858 New Army .44 cal BP revolver and I would like to be able use the Blackhorn 209.
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Call western powders. But no I would not use it. Its scarry when your gun just goes fsssst instead of bang.
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I don't recommend it, BH209 requires a far hotter ignition source than #11 cap, your revolver uses number 11 caps. In short, the answer is NO.
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Blackhorn 209 is an excellent black powder cartridge propellant. See their load data page for specific loads: http://www.blackhorn209.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/b209blackpowdercartridgedata.pdf. Thanks
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How many shots can i take with this before i need to swab or can i just shoot until im done then clean it after i get home
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If you run a spit patch between shots, you could probably shoot all day without a serious cleaning.
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It is clean burning if you can get it to go off. You should be able to shoot all you want. I made 15 shots once before cleaning. Sometimes it just goes fssssst.
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I have found that I get about 7 shots before loading becomes more challenging, requiring more force on the ramrod. MIND YOU, this is also SABOT respective as well, right next to bullet diameter.

caveat, if you're looking for a powder that will eliminate the need for swabbing, this is a poor reason. Front stuffers really do require 1. A love for front stuffers. 2. Dicipline
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Shoot till u run out of bullets.
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I have shot at least 10 times before cleaning, at least! No change in accuracy either! (with 777 it was 3 or 4 max before I could not seat the bullet because of the powder burn ring)
Great powder, try it you will more than like it, you'll love it!
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I shot 12 consecutive shots without swabbing or cleaning the bore in any way. The twelfth had a little resistance but not much. Might have been able to do one or two more but they would have been pretty tight.
I did have a significant problem trying to use this powder in a traditional powder flask and powder measure. Would not flow out of the spout!
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