Having shot both 777 builds a crude ring and the other dont, that in itself is enough benefit to make me want to use bh, the price may force me to use 777 lol wont matter in a few years as it will be centerfire due to cwd like wTn
70 grains by weight is 100 grs by volume which is what I shoot in my Remington 700ML with a 250 gr bullet.I don't use BH but just out of curiosity, how many shots do you get out of a $90 bottle? I use White Hot pellets and have never had an issue.
Thanks for the detailed explanation.70 grains by weight is 100 grs by volume which is what I shoot in my Remington 700ML with a 250 gr bullet.
A lb (16 oz) is 7000 grains, so the 8 oz bottle is 3500 grs.
Which will provide 35 100 grain by volume (70 grain by weight) loads.
so $90/35 = $2.57 per 100 grain load for BH209.
dropping to 90 grains by volume will get you and extra 3 loads so price
drops to $2.31 per powder charge.
I can't ever see myself living in NC.Mahoneys is descent but usually is expensive. I'm going to share a treasure with y'all if you're willing to drive across the mountain - Coopers Trading Post and Prices Creek Store (within 2-3 miles of each other) in Burnsville NC. Both locally owned and my two all time favorites. Fair warning though - if you spend to much time in Burnsville you may end up moving!!!
Thank you sir…..been in hay all day but will try tomorrow. Gentleman and a scholar you are!
Been looking for some in the Chattanooga area as well and haven't had any luck. Couple of shops just laugh and say it doesn't exist. I sure do like it but seems like I may go another direction if I can't find it.