For any type of reloading project, Hodgdon Powder has the broadest assortment of high-quality smokeless propellants available.
The 270 Winchester, 25-06 Remington, 280 Remington, and 300 Winchester Magnum are just some of the cartridges that have found success with this propellant since its introduction in 1950 by Bruce “B.E.” Hodgdon.
You may say that Hodgdon H4831 has killed more big game than any other powder. In 1950, Hodgdon pioneered the introduction of this widely adopted burning rate. Since then, it has become a go-to for popular cartridges including the 270 Winchester, 25-06 Remington, 280 Remington, and 300 Winchester Magnum.
It has the same excellent homogeneity from lot to lot and resistance to hot and cold temperatures that is typical of Extreme Extruded propellant.
As an Extreme Extruded propellant, it possesses the admirable trait of being indifferent to both high and low temperatures, in addition to having excellent homogeneity from one batch to the next.
A Word of Caution Regarding Smokeless Powder:
It is imperative that you do not go above the loads that are specified in the reloaders guide.
Never, ever mix any powders, regardless of the type, brand, or origin of any powder.
Never use any smokeless powder as a substitute for black powder or any other form of black powder alternative.