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    Smokeless Powder out of oa cordite Rifle

    Im hoping to take my Speed Lee out to test it tomorrow. I had it looked at at a couple of places, they both told me it should be good to fire and also good to fire smokless powder .303 rounds despite it does say Cordite Only on the receiver, if anyone knows better please let me know, Im considering holding it out stretched looking away and letting the round loose but would appreciate better insight. Thanks.

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    Consider this: Cordite is smokeless, therefore...

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    LLLaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa the clouds open, thanks. I figured it was just a different way of packing the charge inside. Thanks

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    heres some pics of her by the way. or maybe not, i tried to attach them but it doesnt seem to post a way to see them.
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