White Hots® 50/50

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Muzzleloader Propellant

Product Overview

White Hots are 50 Caliber, 50 grain pellet for muzzleloaders. This form makes for faster reloads with pre-formed charges that easily drop down the barrel and are easy to pack without the need for measures or funnels.

White Hots are clean burning, so cleaning between shots is not required. After shooting, a wet patch removes most of the residue and does not have a rotten egg smell or any other residual smell.

The White Hots allow for some of the fastest loads on the market, with speeds exceeding 2,300 fps and knockdown power with up to an amazing 2,600 foot-pounds of bone crushing force.

White Hots allow the most from a muzzleloading rifle with its long reach. White Hots also allow for shot-to-shot consistency to shoot to the same place, every shot. White Hots are also temperature insensitive.

White Hots work with all 209 primers and is ready for use in all 209 ignition rifles.

Available in a box of 72 pre-formed charges.


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6 Reviews

  • 3
    IMR white hot pellets

    Posted by Joe k on Dec 21st 2022

    I have used these pellets ever since I started to muzzleload hunt about 15 years ago and let me tell you my experiences. Number one they are very clean burning. Number two they are accurate. Number three use them in warm weather I hunt the Northeast where it's very cold and I have had multiple delay fires. In my 15 years experience I have had five decent bucks getaway because of delay fires let me tell you and disappointed and I'm done with them. Like I said warm weather they are fine cold weather below 20°, it's a crap shoot.

  • 1

    Posted by Aaron on Nov 27th 2022

    Don't expect these to perform in temps under 30 degrees. I had the biggest buck I've ever seen come into me and had him at 20 yards. Had the crosshairs right in the boiler room, there was a 2 second delay before the powder ignited. In that 2 seconds delay. I was already starting to tell my son to shoot. and had barley moved the muzzleloader to the left of the kill zone before the powder ignited. My son said the shot was not nearly as loud as when we were at the range. Regardless, I've never had that happen with seven. It was a new charge that was loaded 1.5 hours before my encounter. I'm still sick about this a week later. I spend alot of money to chase whitetails, just to come up short on a once in a lifetime trophy. Never again.

  • 5
    IMR White Hots

    Posted by Chief Greg on Oct 9th 2022

    When I purchased a CVA Wolf a couple years Back I tried Pyrodex and Triple 7, loose and Pellets. White hots are far cleaner and more consistent with Power Belt bullets just as recommended by CVA!

  • 5
    deer hunting

    Posted by troy on Apr 12th 2022

    Used these for the first time last season and i didn't have one misfire. Will never use anything else again. Cant believe i waited this long to try them.

  • 5
    White Hot Powders

    Posted by Patrick J Dunn on Dec 12th 2021

    Using two charges, I shot my first deer at 75 yds., a doe, did take another step, fell like a box of rocks. Shooting aero sabots.

  • 5
    White hots

    Posted by Phillip on Dec 15th 2020

    What else is there? Why even look? Clean, convienent. Easy