What Is the Maximum Amount of Black Powder for a 50 CAL Wolf Magnum?

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The maximum amount of black powder or black powder substitute for a 50 cal wolf magnum rifle is 150 grains. As of December, 2012, production of this rifle had been discontinued. This rifle has an excellent quality for fibre optics sights.
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If you have not already done so, go to the website for the maker of your rifle- most have an owner's manual that you can download for free. Generic instructions for a sidelock percussion
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You are trying to compare apples and oranges. Modern, lower caliber, rounds like the .308 and smaller depend mostly on velocity to provide stopping power. Black powder, larger caliber
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A load for a 50 caliber rifle calls for 90 grains of FFG
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You can sell it for a Knight Lk-93 Stainless Steel .50 Caliber. It's nothing fancy, but normally deadly accurate.
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