fast powder

fast powder

[¦fast ′pau̇d·ər]
(materials)
Any explosive having a high-speed detonation.
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Unlike previous mixers designed for fast powder induction, the unit requires no pump or eductor, which simplifies operation and maintenance.
Unlike previous mixers designed for fast powder induction, the new Slim System requires no pump or eductor, which helps to simplify operations and maintenance and lower costs.
Unlike previous mixers designed for fast powder induction, the new In-line SLIM requires no pump or eductor, which greatly simplifies operation and maintenance, and lowers costs, according to the company.
In one integrated unit, it combines a fast powder dispenser and a scale.
Small pistol primers are just the ticket here, small volume and fast powder.
The company's trademarked Fast Powders come in convenient, single-dose packets for easier portability and accessibility.
45 Colt factory loads, the idea shouldn't be to put tiny dollops of fast powders in that huge case with only say 200-grain bullets so they will travel 600 fps.
DENVER -- UrgentRx, developer of fast-acting over-the-counter flavored powder medications, has established a partnership with the Denver Broncos to raise awareness and educate fans about the company's convenient, single-dose fast powders.
On the other hand, really fast powders don't have the versatility to deliver good velocities through the entire range of bullet weights.
Jordan Eisenberg, Founder and President of UrgentRx, expressed, "We are pleased to have world-class retailers like CVS, OfficeMax and Paradies offer UrgentRx Fast Powders to their customers.