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Date: 1999-2001


Question:
How many grains of gun powder in a pound? I need this question answered for my class on reloading.

Thank you.

John Smith


Replies:
There are 7000 grains in a pound (which works out to 378 rounds of .357Mag shells at max load of Win296 :-)

Joe Schultz



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