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Product DescriptionUse Pyrodex P Pistol Powder from Hodgdon in place of black powder in all your pistols and small-bore rifles (up to .45 caliber). Pyrodex P can also be used as a priming charge in firearms with a tortuous or fouled ignition channel or other ignition problems. Compares to 3F black powder on a particle size basis.
The sale of all black powder firearms and ammunition, including gunpowder, primers and percussion caps, is regulated by law in at least six states. You are advised to check your local and state laws regarding the purchase and possession of such products before ordering.
Shipper requires a Hazardous Material Handling fee of $20 per item. Ships ground only.
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Q:Can I use rifle pyrodex powder in a black powder 44 cal revolver? or should I only use the pistol powder?Asked on 12/22/2009 by Mick from dayton ohio
A:For smaller calibers and black powder pistols it is best to use the Hodgdon Pyrodex P Pistol Powder. If you have any further questions or concerns please do not hesitate to contact us here at Gander Mountain and we will be glad to assist you.Answered on 12/23/2009 by Brooks from Gander Mountain
Q:how much volume in grains should i start with? pyrodex p powder in my .44 cal, black powder cva revolverAsked on 9/20/2009 by davie from grandjunction colo.
A:No more than 30 grains is recomended by Pietta.Answered on 10/21/2009 by Hawk from Pearce, Az.
Q:Hi im new to BP and i have a bp pistol is this product considered smokeless powder? I was told smokeless is to strong and could cause severe injury and or death any help would be help fullAsked on 8/3/2009 by no clue to BP powder from lemoyne PA
A:I don't know that they call it "smokeless", but it is a "black powder" substitute. I use it in both my 1858 Remingtons and have had no trouble at all.Answered on 10/21/2009 by Hawk from Pearce, Az.
Q:is this powder one that doesnt foul a pistol muchAsked on 11/26/2008 by rich from irwin pa
A:That is one of the manufacture best selling points, the fact this item has a different formula (especially for pistols) that helps preserve the life and also not fouling it up.Answered on 12/2/2008 by Spencer from Gander Mountain
A:It's cleaner than blackpowder. I use both.Answered on 1/1/2009 by txleadhead from Orange, Texas
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