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Old 02-16-2008, 03:53 PM
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troubles with and good or bad gun
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Wow I just saw that on thier website! Looks pretty promising and convenient too. I was a little disappointed that there were only three powders listed as suitable in thie reloading data they provided.

I guess that one could rat hole a lot of powder for it and shotgun pimers easy enough, making it last you a long time. It would probably make a pretty good hunting gun.

As far as reliability and functioning, In-Lines have been out a while using shotgun primers and seem to be pretty reliable and effcient. I would imagine if the breech plug and the barrel metal could hold up to the pressures of smokeless powder then it should be a solid investment. Might be a worth while consideration.
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you can also use blk powder or blk powder substitute or smokeless gun powder
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