Brokers Ammo Pack offers a huge selection of smokeless gun powder. We have all of the major manufacturers in the quantities and types that you want and need. We have container sizes from 1 pound, 4 pounds and all the way up to 8 pounds. Our selection and pricing of Hodgdon Powder makes us the reloading source for powder. Accurate, to Shooters World, to Winchester, Brokers Ammo Pack has the reloading powders you want, at the price you can afford. When you need powder for reloading your ammunition, make  Brokers Ammo Pack your one stop shopping Headquarters.


Reloading Powder

About Reloading Powder:

Gunpowder has a rich and diverse history — from black powder, which originated in China in the 9th century, and commercial smokeless powder created in 1884, to the single-base and double-base powders of today.

At Natchez Shooting & Outdoors, we offer a wide range of gun powder, including rifle powder, shotgun powder, and muzzleloader power. Shop our diverse selection and find the best deals on top brands, including Hodgdon, Vihtavouri, Shooters World and Ramshot.

Add primers, brass and bullets to your shopping cart, and you’re ready for a day practice shooting or hunting in The Great Outdoors!

Powder FAQs:

  1. What are the most popular gunpowder brands in the U.S.?

The most popular gunpowder brands that supply reloading powder in the U.S. include:

  • Hodgdon Power, which provides various smokeless and muzzleloading powders
  • Western Powders, which distributes powders for outdoor sports, and big-game hunting in particular
  • Alliant Powder, which supplies multi-purpose powders
  1. What is the difference between single-base powders and double-base powders?

The difference between single-base and double-base powders lies in the number and type of elements in their composition.

Single-base powders are produced from nitrocellulose, while double-base powders are produced from a combination of nitrocellulose and nitroglycerine.

Double-based powders burn fast and are typically used for shotguns and pistols.

  1. What types of reloading powder can I use?

The types of reloading powders you can use include:

  • Ball powder, which resembles small round balls or granules. Ball powder is fast-burning and typically used in pistols and rifles. Popular ball powder types include Winchester 231 for pistols and handguns, and Hodgdon Extreme for rifles.
  • Flake powder, which looks like flattened granules. Flake powder is fast-burning and is commonly used in shotgun and handgun cartridges, along with reduced rifle loads. Popular flake powder types include Unique and Red Dot.
  • Extruded (stick) powder, which resembles small cylinder shapes. Extruded powder burns slowly, which is why it is used exclusively in rifle cartridges. Popular extruded powder types include Hodgdon H4831, IMR 4350 and Alliant Reloader 22.
  1. Can I use powder with the same number but produced by different manufacturers?

You might come across reloading powders with the same number. For example —Hodgdon 4350 and IMR 4350 or Hodgdon 4895 and IMR 4895.

While in some cases these types can be used interchangeably, it’s best to stick with the same manufacturer and exact powder number specified in the manufacturer’s powder reloading manual.

  1. What should I consider when handling reloading powder?

When handling reloading powder:

  • Opt for a powder that is manufactured for your gun type and barrel length
  • Select flake powder for a handgun or a shotgun, ball powder for rifles and pistols or extruded powder for rifles
  • Make sure the powder in your dispenser matches the powder in the recipe you are using — putting the wrong powder in the wrong cartridge may result in an explosion and serious injuries
  • Keep the powder bottle you are currently using on your reloading bench, while all your other powders are securely stored on a separate shelf
  1. How should I store my reloading powder?

To store your powder safely:

  • Keep it in a dry, cool and dark space
  • Store it in the original container, away from solvents and electrical equipment
  • Avoid keeping it in a safe, steel cabinet or other enclosed space — if there is a fire, the pressure contained can lead to an explosion. An open shelf is the best option for storage.
  • Do not store it in large quantities
  1. Can I buy reloading powder online?

Yes —we offer a vast selection of Reloading powder online at Brokers Ammo Pack

Brokers Ammo Pack offers top-quality smokeless reloading powder for your shooting needs:

  • Accurate Reloading Powder
  • Ramshot Reloading Powder
  • Pistol Powder
  • Alliant Reloading Powder
  • Shooters World Reloading Powder
  • Rifle Powder
  • Hodgdon Reloading Powder
  • Vihtavouri Reloading Powder
  • Shotgun (Shotshell) Powder
  • IMR Reloading Powder
  • Winchester Reloading Powder