Have anyone tried or using it in your inline(s)?
I use a TC Omega. Never used any other powder in the rifle. Never had any ignition problems even in the rain. Never looked at the plug except to clean it. I do not use Black Powder primers. I use federal 209a.OK, another question. I noticed the breech plugs Blackhorn sell (R) are counter bored ~.500".
Have anyone found this to be necessary for consistent ignition when using Blackhorn?
My rifle is a .45 CVA Hunterbolt. I've already replaced the original plug with the Acura hex style which is faced off like the one on the left. and wondering if it would be a good idea or reason to counter bore it the same way.
You should be fine, but I would make one precaution on your behalf: they make a Blackhorn 209-specific breechplug for the Wolf and I would highly suggest getting it. As was shown earlier by WildBill, some breechplugs put the primer well away from the main charge. That can be a problem with BH209. Because it's a nitrocellulose-based powder (somewhat like smokeless rifle powder), BH209 requires a strong pressure spike to get it properly ignited. Having the primer detonate too far away from the main charge can diminish that initial pressure spike and cause the powder to slow-burn instead of a detonating. The end result is a bullet getting farted out of the barrel about 10 yards in front of you instead of blazing downrange, followed by a quiet burp of fire out of your muzzle. The same can happen if you willfully soft-seat your bullets over the powder, so always be sure to press down firmly when loading to ensure proper ignition. I have never had an issue in the field and kill deer with confidence using BH209.I just got a CVA wolf. Will I have any problems using this powder in it?