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WANTED: Large throw powder flask
#1
Any one got an adjustable one throwing around 4-6 Drams range and surplus to requirements? Doesn't have to be pretty, just functional. I'll be at the helice match on Sat 23/7, or message me with details. Thanks
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#2
Hi Mike,
          There are two large throw powder flasks on the'FINE SPORTING COLLECTABLES' web site,but be prepared,they are not cheap!
              Best wishes,Archie.
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#3
sir wphooootang of ashbourne,Who needs a large throw flask??
Just do as the oldies used to do,as I do for my 15pounder.Find a flask that throws 1/2 your charge and put in 2 measures --"SIIMPLE" and a lot less expensive.HaHa!  OLD DOG..
DEVA
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#4
Ahhh Old Dog, where you bin hiding? The double measure option is what I have been doing, it would just be nice to have a single measure, but maybe not from sporting collectables- expensive stuff!!!
Appreciate your views on my gas seal issue- see recent post under shotgun.
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#5
Quote:sir wphooootang of ashbourne,Who needs a large throw flask??
Just do as the oldies used to do,as I do for my 15pounder.Find a flask that throws 1/2 your charge and put in 2 measures --"SIIMPLE" and a lot less expensive.HaHa!  OLD DOG..
I agree  with Old Dog it is the cheapest way
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