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HODGDON POWDER Hodgdon® Triple Se7en® Pellets - .50 Caliber

Triple Se7en&#174's clean-burning, sulfur-free, odorless performance is now available in convenient .50- caliber, 50-grain or 30-grain pellets. It's designed for use only with in-lines using 209 primers. Per 100. Available: 50-grain.
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Is it safe to use in a pedersoli traditional percussion Hawkins rifle?

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According to their website No
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I would say no, Its meant for inlines with 209 primer ignition
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100 grains (2 pellets) of Trip 7 pellets are much smaller looking than 100 grains of Trip 7 powder. Is it correct to use that much more powder ?

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The Hodgdon Triple Se7en Pellets - .50 Caliber, item number IK-214856, would appear to be smaller than loose powder as it is compressed removing air between the granules. It is still the same grain equivalent as indicated.
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Each mfg. has their own process, as long as you have not mixed pellets between mfg., use the number of pellets the gun mfg. recommends. The size and shape is what each mfg. does. Length may be different ; bore diameter and grain weight should be consistent for your ML.
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Can the triple seven Hodgon 50/50 pellets be used in a Thompson Omega?

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Don't see why not but I would still consult your fire arm mannual to ensure you can use pellet synthetic powder.
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The Hodgdon® Triple Se7en® Pellets - .50 Caliber, item # IK-214856, is made for use with in-line 209 primer using black powder rifles. This description does include the Thompson Center Omega.
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Is it safe to use a 150 grain magnum charge of this propellent in an inline muzzleloader?

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The Hodgdon® Triple Se7en® Pellets - .50 Caliber, item # IK:214856, is safe to use in an inline black powder rifle, please refer to your owners manual for proper charges for your rifle.
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You would need to find out if your inline has the capabilities of safely handling the 150 grain charge. If you're not sure, use 100 grain. Using 150 grain in an inline that is not rated for it can lead up to potential hazards.
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in the field

what do hunters use to carry these pellets into the field?
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T/C makes tubes that will hold the pellets and bullet together.
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Plastic tubes that can be purchased at any gun store that carries black powder or I have also used pill bottles.
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I use TC speed loaders for 3 of the rounds. If I have my back pack, I just carry the box.
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I have used tubes with screw on tops (not manufactured for this specifically, but work fine), but have recently purchased a muzzleloading speed loader-where you can carry your powder, bullet and primer in one small carry case and it is ready to go for a second shot.
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Loading tubes I like magnum quick shot.
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Ue the speed loading tubes for additional ammo and shots to carry these.
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The speed loaders work great, assuming you shoot sabots. They seal off the end of the speed loader best, and most hold a primer as well. The tubes that some of the sabots come packaged in work well too.
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Hunters can carry the Hodgdon® Triple Se7en® Pellets in the container or pre-loaded into quick load tubes.
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