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RicinYakima posted this 3 weeks ago

Good article. Before WW2, the standard US quantity was 8 ounces. Hercules, who made on double based powders used smaller cans and DuPont who only made single based powders. I the picture below, you can see that each had their own sized cans for the powders they sold on the commercial market. Also, the cost was about $45 per pound, in modern US Dollars, before WW2.

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John Alexander posted this 3 weeks ago

Good heads up Jeff.  Keep up the good work.

John

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Coydog posted this 3 weeks ago

Good to watch out for .

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