Hodgdon H380 Smokeless Powder In Stock
Hodgdon Powder offers the largest selection of quality smokeless propellants for any reloading application. Hodgdon H380 Powder was originaly developled for use in the 22-250 Remington becoming known for its accuracy and high velocity. Hodgdon H380 is also a superb performer in the 220 Swift, 243, 257 Roberts and other fine varmint cartridges.
Warning About Smokeless Powder:Do not exceed the loads displayed in the reloaders guide.Never mix any two powders regardless of type, brand, or source.Never substitute any smokeless powder for Black Powder or any Black Powder substitute.
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Hodgdon H380 Powder Specifications
What is Hodgdon H380 Powder Good for?
When a 38.0 grain charge behind a 52 grain bullet produced one hole groups from his 22-caliber wildcat (now known as the 22-250), he christened the powder H380. H380 also performs admirably in the 220 Swift, 243, 257 Roberts, and other good varmint cartridges.
What is h335 Powder Used for?
This spherical powder was developed for military use and is ideal for the 5.56 NATO/223 Remington. The 222 Remington and other varmint cartridges have a variety of applications. Prairie dog shooters will like this, as has J.B. Hodgdon for many years!
What are the difference between black powder and smokeless powder?
Nitrocellulose propellants emit significantly less smoke and flash than black powder and provide significantly more mechanical work per unit weight. Other advantages of smokeless powder include its enhanced storage stability, reduced erosive effects on cannon bores, and improved control over its rate of burning.
What Calibers is H380 Good for?
H380 is also a superb performer in the 220 Swift, 243, 257 Roberts and other fine varmint cartridges. Available in 1 lb. and 8 lb.
Is gun powder stronger than black powder?
There are various advantages of using smokeless powder instead of black powder. First, smokeless powder is almost three times as potent as black powder, allowing for greater range and smaller caliber munitions. As a result, a soldier can carry more rounds and is less concerned about smoke revealing his position.