What is Hi Skor 700X good for?

This extruded flake powder is ideally suited for shotshells in 12- and 16-gauge where clay target and light field loads are the norm. It doubles as an excellent pistol target powder for such cartridges as the 38 Special, 45 ACP and many more.

Who makes Hi Skor 700X?

Hodgdon 700X Hi-Skor

Manufacturer Choose an option Hodgdon
Weight Choose an option 14 oz 4 lb 8 lb Clear

Is IMR 700X the same as Hodgdon 700X?

700X, 800X, TrailBoss, and PB are no longer IMR brand powders. They are Hodgdon brand powders. It is the same product just rebranded to the Hodgdon label.

What is Hodgdon Titewad used for?

Economical, and an unusually high energy powder for light 12 gauge charges (⅞ to 1 oz.), Hodgdon Titewad powder boasts an exceptionally fast burn rate and as a result creates energy exceedingly quickly. Despite being designed for 12 gauge loads, this powder can be used for ⅞, 1, and 1 ⅛ oz.

What is the difference between 700X and 800X powder?

700X is a fast burning target powder, similar to Red Dot or Clays. 800X is a mid to slower burn rate powder, more suitable to heavier shot charges than to the light shot charges in the load you describe.

Which powders are single base?

Single-base smokeless powder is made from nitrocellulose. Double-base smokeless powder is a combination of nitrocellulose and nitroglycerin.

What type of powder is H4350?

H4350 is an extruded propellant in our Extreme series that has been one of our most popular powders with shooters for decades. During that time, Hodgdon has modernized H4350 by shortening the grains for improved metering and making it insensitive to hot and cold temperatures.

What kind of powder is Varget?

Varget is an extruded propellant in the Hodgdon line of Extreme series of powders. Varget features small, extruded grains for uniform metering, is insensitive to hot and cold temperatures and produces higher energy for improved velocities over other powders in its burning-speed class.