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Old March 19, 2007, 04:10 PM   #11
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Ultimately I would call Hodgdon to find out. I had a can of Bulleye I have had since 1962 or 63. It smelled ok and actually performed well. I really didn't keep it anywhere "ideal" conditions. Any where from a cold damp basement in the East, to several years in a garage in Tucson with temps as high as 115 degrees. Powder seems to work fine and store for many years. Yep, you need a 44 or 45 to burn this up, better than using it as fertilizer.
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