Alliant bullseye Powder
The 4 pound canister of Alliant Bullseye Smokeless Pistol Powder boasts of its military pedigree. The four pounds of smokeless pistol powder sold by Alliant is their Bullseye brand, and it burns at a medium rate. in the absence of tobacco use In general, many gun loads benefit from a powder weight of 4 lbs. Many reloaders favor it for use with their Colts. 45 Automatic Colt Pistol, 4 lb. The Alliant Bullseye has a high rate of accuracy and consistently large target areas.
alliant bullseye powder
Every jar of Alliant Smokeless Powder is backed by one hundred years of manufacturing expertise and the most cutting-edge quality assurance technology available. Ballistics labs are constantly testing and analyzing chemical make-up, grain shape, grain size, and overall density to guarantee uniformity.
Bullseye, a smokeless pistol powder, was first introduced to shooters in 1913. 45 ACP target loads are ideal because they burn quickly, consistently, and cheaply.
The 4 lb. Alliant Bullseye Smokeless Pistol is a fantastic option for many different handgun calibers. 4 Pound Smokeless Pistol. To my surprise, Alliant Bullseye performed exceptionally well in the 45ACP. Alliant Bullseye Smokeless Pistol Powder, 4 lbs., has excellent accuracy thanks to its easy-to-meter, even flake cut, and moderate burn rate.
Key Functions and Specifications:
The rate at which the medium burns
Perfect for use with.45 caliber pistols.
consistent and meter-friendly slashes
alliant bullseye powder
Kingston Thompson –
Excellent powder for target shooting. This powder measures quite accurately and charges are small. I have used Bullseye for over 30 years for 38 spl WC loads,44 special WC loads, 45 ACP & Auto Rim WC loads. Exceptional accuracy. Also works well for 32 S&W Long target loads. You can load thousands of rounds with just one pound.
Theo Jenkins –
I’ve used Bullseye for many years mostly for 9mm & 45ACP in competition. For me, it’s generally the most accurate (just above PF) and seems to generate a “softer” recoil using coated bullets. Tried various other powders out there and I usually can’t get the consistent accuracy out of them as compared to Bullseye. I used to think it was a dirty powder, but when you shoot several hundred rounds in a competition with no chance to clean the gun pretty much any powder I’ve ran left my gun dirty.
Ethan Henderson –
Great product, fast delivery at a good price.
Peter Robinson –
I have used Bullseye to push 9mm bullets for thousands of rounds and have never had a problem with extraction. I think it is slightly dirty compared to other small handgun powders, but it is very accurate and reliable, and can be used even for +P loads. Have used this powder for 9mm for over forty years and love it for this cartridge.