powder lubricant

powder lubricant

[′pau̇d·ər ′lü·brə·kənt]
(metallurgy)
An agent mixed with a powder metal to facilitate formation and ejection of a compact.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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When loading black powder (17 grains/FFFg Goex) the Rapine bullet is used because I can lube them with SPG Black Powder Lubricant. When shooting smokeless (3.0 grains/Titegroup) then the Speer hollowbase wadcutters serve.
For lube, I use SPG which is labeled a black powder lubricant but is a fine one for smokeless propellants too.
The BioExam glove features a polymer inner coating for ease of donning, removing the need for a powder lubricant. This not only eliminates the risk of powder-related complications, but also reduces the risk of allergic reactions to aerosolized natural rubber latex proteins.
Ready-to-load cast bullets, carrying a black powder lubricant, are also good items to keep on hand.
The company claims to be the first organisation in the country to successfully install and use a dry powder lubricant at its plant in Woden Road West.
Fluoro T PTFE powder lubricant processing aids specially designed for thermoplastics such as nylon and PC.
Use graphite powder lubricant. Push the tip of the graphite tube into the door lock, give the tube a light squeeze and work the key in the lock to diffuse the graphite into the mechanism."
You see, the duty of a black powder lubricant is extended past just handling barrel leading.
All three of those Lyman lube/sizing machines are filled with SPG Lubricant; a soft type often considered "just" a black powder lubricant but which I have found works well for everything.
It was also praised for its commitment to innovation, which has seen it become the first organisation in the country to successfully install and use a dry powder lubricant.
Size the bullet to match the cylinder chamber mouths and lubricate with a special black powder lube such as SPG, Lyman Black Powder Gold or Thompson's Black Powder Lubricant. The softer lubes help to keep the barrel fouling relatively soft., Old timers would cut wads from an old felt hat soaked in tallow.