This spherical propellant was specifically designed for the 300 Remington AAC Blackout cartridge and meters extremely accurately.
contains our Copper Fouling Eraser ingredient, which was originally used in military propellant and greatly reduces copper fouling, allowing for longer periods of top accuracy with less barrel cleaning time.
It performs well in modern sporting rifles across a wide range of bullet weights and is ideal for subsonic loads. In addition to the 300 Blackout, it performs well in a variety of smaller capacity cartridges, including the 17 Hornet, 17 Ackley Hornet, 218 Bee, 221 Fireball, and many others. It also performs admirably in the 6.8 Remington SPC and the 7.62X39 mm Russian cartridges.
Hodgdon CFE BLK
is a spherical powder that was originally developed for subsonic 300 Blackout loads. This excellent rifle propellant utilizes the Hodgdon CFE
formula, Copper Fouling Eraser, virtually eliminating copper fouling, clean burning and minimal muzzle flash. For competitive shooters and hand loaders seeking the perfect powder for target or self-defense loads, CFE BLK provides optimum performance in cartridges like the 300 AAC Blackout, 17 Hornet, 221 Fireball, 6.8 Remington SPC and 7.62x39mm.
This new spherical propellant was specifically designed for the 300 Remington AAC Blackout cartridge. It allows AR-style rifles to function normally throughout the bullet’s range weights, and it is ideal for subsonic reduced loads. In addition to being exceptional, it performs admirably in many smaller capacity cartridges, particularly in the 300 Blackout. varmint specials like the 17 Hornet, 17 Ackley Hornet, 218 Bee, 221 Fireball, and many others.more. It also performs admirably in the 6.8 Remington SPC and the 7.62X39 MM Russian cartridge. This fine powder meters like a dream and leaves no copper residue, extending accuracy for longer periods of shooting and making clean-up quick and easy. It’s a truly amazing new propellant!
Smokeless Powder Caution:
Do not exceed the load limits specified in the reloaders’ guide.
Never combine any two powders, regardless of their type, brand, or source.
Never use a smokeless powder in place of black powder or a substitute for black powder.