Winchester Super Handicap is a ball powder that serves as the propellant in Winchester’s Super Handicap ammunition. With a 1-1/8 ounce shot charge, this slow-burning, high-energy propellant provides the shooter with great handicap or long-range sporting clays loads at up to 1250 FPS. Excellent patterns and velocity!
Available in 1 pound and 8 pound containers.
Use a scale without a doubt. You must ensure that the measurement is dropping what it is supposed to drop. The measure will work; you just need to double-check it.
Winchester Super Handicap Powder 8 lbs is excellent powder, but its primary application is as the name implies. It will not work well with very light low recoil loads. Powder is extremely scarce right now, so we’re all making do with what we can get. You should look for WAALite or Alliant ExtraLite for the type of loads you require. You might be able to get by with Titewad or E3 (these are both pretty rare.) If you want to use the powder and wads you already have, you can load up a load that is nearly identical to a WWSuper handicap trap load. A fine load will consist of 20.5-20.9 grains of WSH, your CB1118 wads, and a W209 primer in an AA hull (red or gray) with 1 1/8 ounce of 7 1/2. It will smack a clay from a long distance away. Your shoulder will immediately recognize that this is NOT a low noise/low recoil round. Handicap trap shooters, on the other hand, shoot them all the time, four boxes in an hour or less. This is a popular sporting clays load as well.
Use Winchester AAHS hull data for your Winchester AAHS and Super Speed (also Universals). While both hulls have the same internal construction, the AAHS is slightly shorter than the Super Speed/Universal. A load that fits well in the Universal is frequently too tight for the AAHS, but any load for the AAHS is usually a comfortable fit in the Universal type hull.
Winchester Super Handicap Powder 8 lbs is now available in stock for purchase.