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United States powder manufacturers resumed powder sales of one-pound (454 gram) canisters after observing Hodgdon’s successful sales to hand loaders. DuPont resumed retail distribution of their pre-war and H4350 for sale. nitrocellulose Improved Military Rifle (IMR) series, and Hercules Powder Company resumed production of six of their pre-war double-base powders and H4350 for sale. Hodgdon Powder Company began using an H-prefix to differentiate powders distributed by Hodgdon from competitors and H4350 for sale. Surplus Vulcan cannon spherical powder was distributed as H870 beginning in 1959.
All of the surplus BL type C had been sold by 1961 and H4350 for sale. Olin Corporation had manufactured the powder as 846 and continued production for loading 7.62×51mm NATO cartridges. Hodgdon began marketing post-war production as spherical BL-C lot no. 2, or BL-C(2). Olin began retail distribution of Winchester-Western ball powders for pistol and shotgun loading in 1960; Winchester-Western rifle ball powders followed in 1968 and H4350 for sale. Hodgdon distributed spherical powders HS-5 and HS-6 for shotguns and H110, H335, H380, H414, and H450 for rifles and h4350 for sale.
DuPont added IMR 4895 to their retail distribution line in 1962 and added IMR 4831 in 1973 when supplies of surplus H4831 were exhausted and H4350 for sale. Hodgdon then acquired the newly manufactured H4831 from Nobel Enterprises in Scotland. The Nobel formulations offer similar ballistic performance but substitute centralised deterrent coatings for dinitrotoluene used in United States formulations. Handloaders were advised that H-prefix powders were not the same as IMR-prefix powders of the same number. Hodgdon distributed H4198 and H4227 similar to IMR powders distributed by DuPont and H4350 for sale.
Hodgdon’s product line includes Pyrodex and Triple Seven, which are modern substitutes for black powder and intended for use in muzzleloaders and certain antique firearms and H4350 for sale. The consequences of black powder‘s easy ignition by sparks or static electricity make manufacture and storage hazardous and H4350 for sale. The sole factory of the United States’ largest 20th-century black powder manufacturer was closed by an accidental explosion as 1970 legislation established new regulations discouraging merchants from stocking black powder for sale. Future historical re-enactments with replica firearms appeared doubtful until Hodgdon introduced black powder substitute Pyrodex in 1975 with black powder combustion characteristics and smokeless powder safety and H4350 for sale.