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Old April 19, 2013, 12:26 PM   #5
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Chalk it up to "experience" and dispose of it in the garden....

Messing around with powder that was not a great idea ! You really have no idea how the 2 will interact when they ignite under pressure.

The other aspect is the cost...powder makes up $ 0.01 to $ 0.02 cents per cartridge...( bullets is where the money is ) even if you have to scrap 500 grains of powder ( call it 125 rounds [email protected] even $ 0.03 each = you're talking about $ 3.75 ) no matter what, its under $5 ....and that should make it an easy decision to dispose of it.
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