From our testing and chasing, we’ve concluded that the best results can be achieved in 50 caliber mixer loaders by using 90 grains of Black MZ in conjunction with sabot bulles weighing either 240 grains or 260 grains. We were successful in our endeavors.
Make sure that the inside and outside of the barrel are dry and clean (swab the barrel with dry patches until there is no evidence of moisture).
Black MZ excels under the intense compression of the seated sabot.
Black MZM is a great choice for hunters, marksmen, and those who enjoy recreating the Old West with black powder firearms. Strong and almost non-corrosive, Black MZ mimics black powder’s performance without the usual inflammatory headaches and cleansing issues.
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This material is practically non-corrosive and offers better barrel protection.
Cleaner burning means less ash to clean up.
Greater velocities can be attained at lower pressures.
Based on our testing and chasing experience, we’ve found that 90 grains of Black MZ combined with sabot bulles weighing 240 or 260 grains produces the best results in 50-caliber mixer loaders. Our efforts have proven fruitful. Verify that the barrel has been thoroughly cleaned and dried (swab the barrel with dry patches until there is no evidence of moisture). When the seated sabot is tightly compressed, black MZ performs at its best.
Reloaders’ guide load limits should not be exceeded under any circumstances.
No two powders of any kind, origin, or brand should ever be combined.
Never use smokeless powder in place of black powder or any substitute for black powder.