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Reach out a little bit further on your next muzzleloader hunt with Hodgdon®'s Triple 7 Magnum Blackpowder Pellets. Easy cleaning like Hodgdon's 7 Seven pellets, 2 Magnum pellets can deliver an additional 200-to-250 fps over standard muzzleloading pellets. These sulfur-free pellets come pre-measured and compressed for quick and easy loading. Enjoy muzzle velocities of nearly 2000 fps in most 26'' inline muzzleloaders with the newest Triple 7 offering. Use with in-line muzzleloaders using 209 primers.

  • Easy-to-use, easy-to-clean muzzleloading propellent with a little more kick
  • 2 Triple 7 Magnum pellets can deliver an additional 200-to-250 fps
  • Muzzle velocities up to 2000 fps in most 26'' inline muzzleloaders
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There is a specific pellet made for pistol use, but this one may not be it. What you want for your .36 Navy would be somewhere within the range of 19-25 gr. of powder. equivalent

Pellets are convenient for hunting, where you're likely to fire 1-2 shots, but for a cap & ball revolver, which I usually fire around 100 rounds at the target range, pellets are kinda pricey & don't allow you to vary your powder load to obtain optimum accuracy.

Better to consider one of the adjustable powder measures & maybe even a flask, or at least spout that fits atop a powder can.

In my decades of Black Powder shooting experience, actual black powder performs best & Pyrodex is the next best. In a pistol with 8" or less barrel length, I see no advantage of using Triple 7 - Pyrodex is cheaper & works nearly as well as real black powder.

Also, often pellets are more difficult to ignite.
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The Remington is rated for 120 grains of powder. So would a 100 grain load of these be safe to shoot?
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Yes, if legal in your State ... 2 pellets Max according to hodgdon!
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Yes, it is safe to use 1- Triple Seven Magnum Pellet with 1 – 50gr Triple Seven Pellet. There would be no problem doing this per Hodgdon. Thanks
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