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White Rifle Ballistics

1996

These tables are available for your pleasure, read on. If you wish to permanently download, either to disc or print, then there is a $2 charge, paid Honor System. Send $2 to address at bottom of Home page

 

Note: Tables were created by measuring bullet velocity 15 feet from the muzzle then calculating energy using industry standard formulas.  These ballistic results wee obtained using G-series Rifles with 22-inch shallow groove, fast twist barrels.  The loads listed herein are meant for White Rifles only.

 

PowerPunch Slip-Fit Bullets

 

Cal/Grain

Weight

 

Pyrodex

P Grains

Muzzle Velocity Ft/Sec

Muzzle Energy Ft/Lbs

100 YD Velocity Ft/Sec

100 YD Energy Ft/Lbs

200 YD Velocity Ft/Sec

200 YD Energy Ft/Lbs

0.41/400

80

1313

1532

1197

1273

1107

1088

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

0.45/380

80

1338

1521

1192

1137

1166

1108

0.45/380

100

1372

1764

1305

1373

1244

1261

0.45/380

120

1412

1851

1337

1446

1278

1298

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

0.45/430

80

1320

1548

1184

1246

1086

1122

0.45/430

100

1455

1881

1291

1480

1164

1203

0.45/430

120

1492

1978

1322

1554

1198

1285

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

0.45/460

80

1240

1571

1135

1317

1058

1143

0.45/460

100

1338

1829

1213

1502

1115

1271

0.45/460

120

1421

2063

1281

1676

1168

1393

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

0.50/400

80

1315

1536

1190

1257

1096

1068

0.50/400

100

1452

1878

1301

1490

1176

1210

0.50/400

120

1494

1961

1348

1563

1205

1292

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

0.50/440

80

1277

1557

1122

1201

1020

1005

0.50/440

100

1374

1803

1195

1363

1072

1110

0.50/440

120

1498

2143

1275

1553

1116

1190

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

0.50/460

80

1264

1613

1120

1267

1024

1065

0.50/460

100

1375

1910

1200

1456

1079

1182

0.50/460

120

1477

2202

1271

1631

1121

1270

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

0.50/480

80

1251

1668

1118

1333

1027

1124

0.50/480

100

1375

2016

1205

1549

1085

1254

0.50/480

120

1456

2260

1266

1709

1125

1347

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

0.50/600

80

1080

1554

1011

1363

958

1222

0.50/600

100

1178

1849

1083

1562

1013

1367

0.50/600

120

1265

2132

1147

1753

1060

1498

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Power Star Saboted Bullets

 

Cal/Grain

Weight

 

Pyrodex

P Grains

Muzzle Velocity Ft/Sec

Muzzle Energy Ft/Lbs

100 YD Velocity Ft/Sec

100 YD Energy Ft/Lbs

200 YD Velocity Ft/Sec

200 YD Energy Ft/Lbs

0.45/350

80

1387

1495

1204

1395

1089

1139

0.45/350

100

1452

2037

1296

1624

1177

1233

0.45/350

120

1592

2178

1404

1533

1248

1410

0.45/350

45/350

45/350

Pinnacle  

110grains    

120 gr.

Pyrodex

 

1708

1819

 

2264

2565

 

 

 

 

0.50/435

80

1305

1570

1272

1210

1039

1171

0.50/435

100

1390

1885

1310

1383

1193

1349

0.50/435

120

1526

2162

1388

1595

1290

1426

The preceding ballistics table (velocity and energy) were created by measuring bullet velocity 15 feet from the muzzle (muzzle velocity), then calculating energy using the standard ballistic formula.  The 100 and 200 yard figures were extrapolated using standard ballistic tables and known ballistic coefficients.  All calibers are listed in the traditional two decimal format.  The actual sized bullet diameter may be different, as below:

 

          .41 cal;/ = /.409, 

        .45 cal. = .450, 

        .50 cal. = .5035.

 

(WHITE) production muzzleloading rifles were used, with loads of Pyrodex P powder (P) by volume equivalent, using either a Power Punch (PP) bullet or PowerStar (PS) Saboted bullet.)

 

ADDITIONAL BALLISTICS- can be found in the chapter of Doc's book entitled. "Best Loads". Go to the 'Books' hyperlinc above, then click on 'Best Loads"