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$$ 200+ Lbs of Once Fired Powder for sale $$

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  1. timb99

    timb99 Well-Known Member

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    Trade you for some once-fired primers.
     
  2. Onceabum

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    Chuck U. Farley??? LOL
     
  3. K80433SC

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    I would be very interested, but I need you to clarify something for me first....

    Does once-fired powder require any variations of the published reloading data charts, AND how does it compare (energy-wise) to "reclaimed" powder? *smiles*
     
  4. ricks1

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    it is VERY hard to come by so i bet the price is too high for me rick
     
  5. Bruce Specht

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    If you sweeten the deal by offering some prechewed steak I'll buy ten pounds
     
  6. ric3677

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    Can you tell me what kind of powder this is....700x red dot or green dot, or is this too much to ask for?

    And pics would really make this sale "POP"

    shoot well and have fun.........Rickyd
     
  7. TOOT

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    Does this include the original recoil...or has it been reduced, and who did the reduction work.
     
  8. famill00

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    Does this powder pattern better when using 7.5's or 8's????

    Forrest
     
  9. nicky

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    Have 11 cases of once used Budweiser, Trades ?
     
  10. TOOT

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    In bottles or cans....
     
  11. ricks1

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    this why david wants to rid this site of dumb a$$ s rick
     
  12. admiral Art

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    ricks1, Nah I don't think that that is what David had in mind.

    But using bad words (thinly disguised bad words) IS what he had in mind.

    FOLKS:

    Do not buy any of this powder. It was made in China and sold at WalMart.
    It is over priced.

    Wait until summer, when used powder is in much greater supply and the price will fall.
     
  13. jimrich60

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    We have a shooter at our range who routinely uses once fired wads, hulls which have been used at least 20 times, nothing but reclaimed shot, etc. But I don't think he has been using once fired powder yet. I am sure he would be interested in process by which you reclaim the powder. Care to share the secret?
     
  14. KenC

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    Once fired powder? Fugetaboudit!

    The deal I'm offering is much better.

    For only $100.00 per person (sorry, no family discounts) I am holding giving on-line correspondence course to all those interested in obtaining Concealed Carry Permits for Vermont AND Alaska! No background checks, no fingerprinting, no waiting. Simply mail me a money order today and you can be legally PACK'IN in Vermont AND Alaska tomorrow!
     
  15. Bruce Specht

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    What do you have in the way of twice fired wads?
     
  16. Duck Head

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    I'm working on a liquification process to convert the lost energy of the once fired powder into a fuel. With this fuel you can reach speeds of 1300 fps,In low gear!
     
  17. pendennis

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    Do once-fired primers work very well with used powder? Would I have any problems by using once fired Winchester primers with once-fired Red Dot?

    Inquiring minds (mindless??) want to know.

    Best,
    Dennis
     
  18. magnumthunder

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    To bad you wont trade! I just got a bunch of once dusted targets!
     
  19. Brian in Oregon

    Brian in Oregon Well-Known Member

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    Hey, I have a lot of missed targets to sell. That way you'll have all your missed targets and won't need to make anymore.
     
  20. trappermike

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    $7 a pound is a deal. This stuff is very light, much lighter than a pound of lead. Also, very difficult to collect. If you try to let it land on the ground, it is hard to find and it is even more difficult (also much more desireable) to catch it in the air. To try the catching in air, all catchers must have orange hard hats so they look like targets and the trapshooters can't hit them. This is just an outline for more information, contact me.


    Mike
     
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