that Western doesn't refer to it as a smokeless powder is because almost every powder gun out there(except for the Savage ML) has a warning stamped on them, not to use smokeless powder.
Well that is quite odd, for that reason, because if you look at a can of Pyrodex, it is labeled as "Smokeless Powder". It has come to agreement that Hodgdon did that in order to let Pyrodex travel more freely through interstate commerce. However, wouldn't that give a newbie to BP sports the heebie jeebies when they see "smokeless powder" on a can of Pyrodex?
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