Re: .50 Cal Bear Load Help?
I used triple seven but, it leaves a fouling ring making reloading a little difficult. I just want to warn you about Blackhorn 209 if you decide to use it. This propellant is a bit different, it is pretty much non-corrosive and high energy. It eliminates that fouling ring and you should not load over 120gr max with bullets less than 300gr weight. Also, it is harder to ignite than most propellants and should be used with the hotter shotgun mag primers for good ignition. I owned an Omega and they seem to have a very tight bore, the Blackhorn 209 and crushed rib sabots pretty much solved the quick reload problem and the muzzleloader doesn't have to be cleaned immediately.