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How-to's for the Black Powder Cartridge Rifle Shooter


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Contains fine points not covered in Matthews's other black-powder books, such as lube recipes, good bore cleaners and over-powder wads. Tips on compressing powder charge, combating wind resistance, improving ignition and combustion, and case annealing.

Chapter 1 How to Make a Good Black Powder Bullet Lube

2 Make Your Own Black Powder Bore Cleaner

3 How to Accurately Compress the Powder Charge, A Critical Factor

4 Things You Should Know About the Bore-Riding Bullet

5 How to Determine and Use the Ballistic Coefficient of Your Bullet

6 Ways to Improve Ignition & Combustion of the Powder Charge

7 Testing for Eye Error and Long Range - Groups

8 How to Determine the Amount of Sight Adjustment for Minute of Angle and Inches

9 Why Use an Over-Powder Wad?

10 How to Make a Spirit Level

11 Making a Tote Box

12 Hints on Case Annealing and Resizing to Original Dimensions

13 Things You Should Know About Pyrodex

14 Planning the Custom Rifle

15 Do What Works for You

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