Is BLC2 good powder?
When it was first introduced to the handloader, benchrest shooters and other target shooters made it an instant success. BL-C(2) works extremely well in the 204 Ruger, 223 Remington, 17 Remington, 22 PPC and many more.
What is BLC2 powder used for?
Hodgdon BL-C(2) rifle powder is a spherical powder originally used in the military for the 7.62 NATO and was a natural choice for the 308 Winchester. BL-C(2) has become especially popular for handloaders such as benchrest and target shooters. It works extremely well with 223 Remingtons, 204 Rugers and many others.
Is BLC2 and 748 the same powder?
BLc2 and Win 748 Are NOT the same powder.
Is BLC2 temp sensitive?
Blc/2 is the most temperature sensitive powder I have ever worked with. I would get great groups (. 25)at 50 degrees, then with the same load, groups would open up to 2” at 80 degrees.
What Hodgdon powders are extreme?
What Makes Up The Hodgdon Extreme Powder Line:
What is H335 powder used for?
This spherical powder originated as a military powder and is perfect for the 5.56 NATO/223 Remington. Multiple applications in the 222 Remington and other varmint cartridges. Prairie dog shooters will find this a favorite, as J.B.
What powder is the same as win 748?
WW-748 is the same “spec” powder as military WC-846, which is also the same “spec” as Hodgdon Bl-C2.
Is H335 the same as BLC2?
H335 rounds (26.0 grains) – averaged 3150 fps with extreme spread of 30 fps. BL-C(2) rounds (27.0 grains) – averaged 2850 fps with extreme spread of 60 fps. Best accuracy came from the H335 loads. Odd thing was, the BL-C(2) loads had much more felt recoil, but chrono showed much less velocity than was expected.
Is H4350 temp sensitive?
You can see Hodgdon H4350 had the least variance in muzzle velocity, with just 25 fps over the 115° swing in temperature! That is very, very low. Hodgdon Varget was the second least temperature sensitive powder in this test, with 46 fps of variance in muzzle velocity between temperatures of 25° F and 140° F.
Is H335 temperature sensitive?
H335: This was a positive control in the study for a temperature-sensitive powder. It generally is much more readily available than either Varget or IMR 8208 XBR in the USA. The maximum estimated shift in point of impact at 200 yards between 34°F and 102°F on a SR target is only 0.6 inches.
What kind of powder is H335?
Hodgdon H335 Smokeless Powder is a flattened ball type powder that meters very well. Originally, Hodgdon H335 Smokeless Powder was used to load the military’s 5.56 NATO ammo, but now it is very popular for the . 222 and . 223 Remington, .