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Old December 30, 2011, 08:24 PM   #3
Andy Griffith
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Black powder can get damp, but it doesn't go bad.
If it does get damp- just dry it out with some sunshine on a piece of copper, a flat rock, or something else like the old mountain men used to do.

Pyrodex, if sealed reasonably well will have a very, very long shelf life. It'll smell funny if it's bad.
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