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Hodgdon Triple Se7en FFFG Granular Powder, .50 and smaller, 16-oz.

Item # 400438
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Key Features

  • For pistols and rifles, .50-caliber and smaller

  • Does not contain sulfur

  • Smaller grain size than FFG granular powder

  • Cleans up easily with water


Our Price   $29.99

Availability: In Stock

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Product Description
hodgdon Use Hodgdon's Triple Seven FFFG Granular Powder in your pistols and rifles, .50-caliber and smaller. This granulated muzzleloading propellant does not contain sulfur and allows for easy cleanup. Use plain water to remove from your hands or firearm. Most work surfaces can be wiped clean with a damp paper towel. Hazardous material handling fee applies.
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Description .50-cal and Smaller

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Hodgdon® Triple Se7en FFFG Granular Powder, .50 and smaller, 16-oz.
 
4.7

(based on 3 reviews)

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        (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Best That You Can Buy!

        By jceg

        from Mountains Of Western North Carolina

        About Me Competitive Shooter, Gunsmith, Hunter

        Verified Reviewer

        Pros

        • Aesthetically Pleasing
        • Easy to Attach
        • Good Value
        • Legal in Most Locales
        • Safe
        • Tough
        • Works With Many Guns

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Big Game
          • Competitive Shooting
          • Pest Control
          • Self Defense
          • Small Animals
          • Target Practice

          Comments about Hodgdon® Triple Se7en FFFG Granular Powder, .50 and smaller, 16-oz.:

          This is the best you will buy for revolvers! FFFG[...]

          (9 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          Great Black Powder Substitute

          By The Outdoorsman

          from Liverpool, Pa

          About Me Hunter

          Verified Reviewer

          Pros

          • Consistent Accuracy
          • Easy Water Clean Up
          • Good Value
          • Legal in Most Locales
          • Safe
          • Works With Many Guns

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Big Game
            • Black Powder Firearms
            • Competitive Shooting
            • Small Animals
            • Target Practice
            • Upland Game Birds
            • Waterfowl

            Comments about Hodgdon® Triple Se7en FFFG Granular Powder, .50 and smaller, 16-oz.:

            This is a wonderful replacement for FFG black powder as the barrel charge in your muzzle loader. I am shooting a Traditions Woodsman Hawken flintlock .50 caliber with 180 grain Hornady XTP Hollow point bullets in Harvester Crush Rib Sabots. 55-60 grains of Triple Seven yields good groups at 100 yards for plinking. I will use Power Belts for my game load. This is a slow burning powder and is not suitable for the pan on your flint lock unless mixed with FFFFG black powder. Therefore, I only use the Triple Seven as a barrel charge and FFFFG black powder in the pan. Triple Seven should perform well with bullets over 200 grain weights and powder loads of up to 70 grains or more in my firearm. Clean up is an odorless snap with just plain water, patches and then an oiled patch down the bore.

            (1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

             
            4.0

            Accurate and easy

            By ahunter12345

            from New Albany, IN

            About Me Casual/ Recreational, Hunter

            Pros

            • Accuracy
            • Easy Maintenance
            • Easy To Use

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Hunting
              • Shooting Ranges

              Comments about Hodgdon® Triple Se7en FFFG Granular Powder, .50 and smaller, 16-oz.:

              It shot accurately and cleaned up nicely, I would however, recomend using a bore solvent like Hoppes #9 to clean, it is so much quicker than the "water clean" as stated in the bottle.

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                is the loose powder as accurate as the pellets using the same weight of powder
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