Hodgdon US 869®

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$45.99 - $333.99
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Smokeless Powder

Product Overview

US 869 is a 50 BMG propellant that offers significant advantages in many magnum rifle applications!

A true magnum spherical rifle powder, it is superb with heavy bullets in big, overbore rifle cartridges. US869 is a dense propellant that allows the shooter to use enough powder to create maximum velocities in cartridges such as the 7mm Remington Ultra Magnum, 300 Remington Ultra Magnum, 30-378 Weatherby Magnum and others. It offers a superior solution for 50 Caliber BMG, where it yields high velocity and great accuracy with 750- to 800-grain projectiles. This is a fine 1000-yard match propellant!

Made in the USA. 

Available in 1 lb. and 8 lb. containers.


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7 Reviews

  • 5
    200 gr hornady eld-x

    Posted by Ken on Apr 10th 2022

    85.0 grains gets ~2775-2800 fps Bergara hmr 14 .300 win mag 200 grain Hornady ELD-X .308 Remington brass No. 250 large magnum rifle primer

  • 5
    US 869

    Posted by Lynn Jinks on Dec 11th 2021

    Grouped well behind a 162 grain bullet in my 7mm Rem Mag

  • 4

    Posted by Douglas on Dec 11th 2021

    Was surprised at how heavy this powder was makes for easy measuring, seams to perform well. ,will be buying more when it’s available in stores as shipping is doubled the price

  • 5

    Posted by Michael on Dec 10th 2021

    The powder works well in my 6.5prc, honestly wasn't my first or second choice but it's all you had and it works.

  • 5
    Hodgon US 869

    Posted by Shooter on Oct 11th 2021

    floes smooth shoots well

  • 5
    Used in 338 Lapua Mag

    Posted by Robert on May 24th 2021

    Very accurate with heavy 300g bullets

  • 5

    Posted by RR on Mar 4th 2021

    I loaded my 30-378 Weatherby Mag 180 gr Swift and 6.5x300 135 gr Hornady A Tip, starting 4.0 grains below max. My new Caldwell Chronograph registered 3235 fps and 3456 fps 3 shot average respectfully. I was shooting at almost 6,ooo ft elevation, but still, that's extremely fast. My cousin with his chronograph is going with me next week and we'll see what it reads. Groups were sub moa @ 200 yards, so if the velocity is accurate, max load is unnecessary and something I don't wish to see. Burns a little dirty but that's the amount of retardant I believe. Amazing powder.