flake powder

flake powder

[′flak ‚pau̇d·ər]
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Several range sessions encompassed S&B soft-points; 1953-minted, 199-grain Yugoslav ball ammunition loaded with 40 grains of a square flake powder; and the war-time Turkish ball loaded with cupro-nickel jacketed, 154-grain full patch bullets over flake powder that looked exactly like that in the Yugoslav rounds.
Manufacturing of aluminum flake powder from foil scrap by dry ball milling process, Journal of Materials Processing Technology.
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3-grains of flake powder, this goofy looking, flying ashtray averages 2,707 fps in my M40 Swedish Mauser with its 24" barrel.
5 grains of an unknown flake powder under a 150-grain cast bullet.
The general rule is to use milder primers for small amounts of easily ignited flake powder, and hotter primers (usually but not always called magnums) for larger amounts of harder-to-ignite ball powders, but general rules don't always apply.
If indeed it does it will possibly be in the area of flake powders which Ecka Granules is making in other places.
Plasticized pastes are cleaner, safer and easier to handle than dry flake powders.
Plasticized pastes are said to be cleaner, safer and easier to handle than dry flake powders.