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Old March 6th, 2019, 05:36 PM #11
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Is it safe to use FFg instead of FFFg in a flintlock pistol?

I have a supply of FFg and FFFFg (for priming), but no FFFg, and there are no shops that I know of (near to the AGC, anyway) that sell FFFg.
I have used a mortar and pestle on FFG to reduce it prime my flintlock.
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I have too at one time or another. Since powder is readily available now, I use ffffg.
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