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Old August 12, 2008, 09:45 AM   #13
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Pahoo, it seemed more informational than instructional about measuring black powder by volume and not by weight, at the m/l safety course.
Not really. In the three state area that that we teach, we only teach to measure by volume and keep it loose. We do not teach by weight as this is a Personal Technique. The process that Wild Bill has mentioned is a great idea and have done this in the past. I confirm every time I change powders but cannot teach it during a Hunter Safety Class. I often wish I could attend other classes to see how we can improve ours. We have a teaching outline that I would like to run past some other instructors.

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