Winchester WST Super Target Smokeless Powder 4 lb For Sale
♦ Shotgun 12 / 45 ACP
♦ Do not exceed the loads displayed in the reloaders guide.
♦ Never mix any two powders regardless of type, brand, or source.
♦ Never substitute any smokeless powder for Black Powder or any Black Powder substitute.
♦ Most purchases are shipped out the next business day
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♦ Single HazMat charge $29
Winchester WST is a ball powder and THE choice to duplicate 12-gauge AA factory loads and standard velocity handgun loads. It is ideal for use in 45 Auto match applications. Consistent, clean, low flash and smoke are benefits to the shooter.
The Winchester® Smokeless Propellants handloaders know today can trace its origin back to 1892, when Franklin Olin and several other investors founded the Equitable Powder Company of East Alton, Illinois. In 1898, Olin then founded the Western Cartridge Company to sell ammunition, providing another outlet for his Equitable Powder Company’s powder. Three decades later in 1931, Western Cartridge bought the bankrupt Winchester Repeating Arms Company. With this acquisition, Western was renamed Winchester-Western.
The first BALL POWDER manufacturing plant was established across the Wood River creek from the Winchester ammunition plant located in East Alton, site of the original Equitable Powder Company. The BALL POWDER process is unique in that its manufacture is done mostly under water. This made the process the safest way to manufacture gunpowder in the world. However, the submersible process also it made it susceptible to freezing – not ideal for cold winters in central Illinois.
In March 2006, Hodgdon® Powder Company and Winchester Ammunition announced Winchester-branded reloading powders would be licensed to Hodgdon. Today, Hodgdon Powder Company has Winchester Smokeless Propellants manufactured under license at the St. Marks plant on the Florida gulf coast. Winchester Smokeless Propellants, the choice of loading professionals, are available to the handloader to duplicate the factory performance of loads from handgun to rifle and shotgun.