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Old July 23, 2011, 12:14 AM   #26
Ideal Tool
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Hello, twobit. Years ago, when I used to shoot a Navy Arms 1851 .36, I made paper ctgs. Some were made from waxed paper, with a tracing paper base to admit cap flash. I remember thinking at the time, if I were ever to leave this gun loaded, those waxed paper loads would probably be the ones to use, since any contact between powder & steel would be eliminated, and the waxed paper would prevent oil contamination from killing powder.
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