Burn Rate Chart
|CALIBER||SUGGESTED STARTING GRAIN||FPS|
|380 100GR. FMJ||3.0||980|
|9MM 115GR. FMJ||4.3||1080|
|38SPL 125GR. FMJ||4.1||900|
|357MAG 158GR. FMJ||6.3||1150|
|40S&W 165GR. FMJ||4.1||985|
|45ACP 230GR. FMJ||5.0||780|
|45COLT 250GR. FMJ||6.0||825|
How To Choose The Right Reloading Powder
Reloading powders have varying degrees of use. Results vary depending on the powder type you choose. For us here at Trifusion Tactical, we prefer smokeless powders like the Maxam CSB 6 due to their impressive qualities. We only recommend the best and this bad boy here is definitely one to watch out for.
You can buy reloading components here at Trifusion Tactical. Everything you need is available here. Reloading primers, smokeless powder, firearms components, and ammo, you name it, we have it. Whether you choose to buy online or at our physical store, you will find everything that you need here.
We ship and deliver many brands to many locations. Currently, we cater to states like Arkansas, Florida, Indiana, Iowa, Kansan, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Wisconsin, and Texas.
If you are from these states, kindly check the available locations by reading this write-up:
There are dozens of brands and smokeless powder manufacturers out there but here at Trifusion Tactical, our top choice is Maxam.
Maxam has been in the industry for many years and has a very good history and reputation. It is one of the best manufacturers of smokeless powders that focus on quality and results. We have been partners with them for the longest time because we believe in their capabilities in producing top-notch smokeless powders.
If you haven’t tried it yet, this is a good sign to test it now! Add it to your cart now and see the difference and what it has to offer compared to other leading brands.
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Smokeless Powder Reloading Basics
It is important to know all of the basics when it comes to reloading powders to your ammunition most especially if you are a beginner. This is very essential so please make sure to take down notes.
This a general overview of how to reload smokeless powder to your ammunition.
Reloading Smokeless Powder for Beginners
- Case Prep – Cleaning the brass with walnut shells that usually lasts for a few hours using a tumbler. After cleaning, run it on a resizing die to get it back to its original form.
- Adding Primers – This can be done either manually or with a machine. We offer 2 brands of primers: Murom and Unis Ginex.
- Loading gunpowder –Carefully read the instruction manual if you are a beginner. For adept users, this will be pretty much a routine for you. We know you’ve got this!
- Bullet Seating – The last step is to press bullet rounds to its casing. This is done by placing the bullet atop the case and running it on a seating die held by a holder making it more secure.
That’s it! Your ammo is as good as new.
Stock Smokeless Powder At Trifusion Tactical
The most popular and in-demand items in our store are smokeless powders.
Smokeless powder is a type of reloading powder that is comprised of nitroglycerin and nitrocellulose. It is a rifle powder that is dry and flaky in nature specifically designed for accurate shooting for hunting game meats and other purposes. You will never get better results than this type of smokeless powder ammunition.
Aside from smokeless powder, we have other reloading components available that you will need. Just make sure to check out out our online store for more information. Just choose what stock you are looking for and add it to your cart. It is that easy!
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