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BP reloading

Discussion in 'The Ammo & Reloading Forum' started by w1spurgeon, Oct 24, 2009.

  1. w1spurgeon

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    I have resisted shooting BP cartridges in my pre-smokeless revolvers because of the corrosion and cleanup problems, but now I'm getting nervous about harming the guns (and myself). I have looked everywhere on line for BP .32S&W but have been unable to locate any. Years ago I reloaded on a Dillon progressive but the only thing I have left is the case cleaner. Question: I have heard there are modern black powders that provide a non-corrosive charge and significantly reduce time and effort for cleanup. True? If so, I'll probably return to reloading. A side benefit would be I could reload light charges to allow me to fire that original Remington 1875 I have been wanting to buy.
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