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E. I. DuPont de Nemours of Pennsylvania began construction of the Belin Plant in 1908, and produced the first batches of black powder in 1912.


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For those with interest in collecting and study antique shooting related tools such as bullet molds, ball moulds, loading and reloading tools.


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Black powder reloading and shooting supplies. Home of "The Black Powder Cartridge News" magazine and archives.


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Located in Limington, ME. The Maine Powder House is a large independent distributor of black powder in the United States. Offers Swiss, Schuetzen and Goex Black Powders as used in black powder firearms for competition, hunting and historical reenactments.


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Manufacturers of 98% pre-inletted black powder rifle and pistol stocks and kit's. line of longrifle, plains rifle stocks in 5 grades of Maple, Walnut, and other woods available.


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Muzzleloader.com provides quick access to muzzleloader products and information.


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An on-line source for Cleanshot Powder and Quickshot pellets, modern black powder substitutes for muzzleloading and cartridge reloading.


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A family owned and operated supplier, with a complete line of supplies and equipment for black powder and modern guns.


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Dixon Muzzleloading Shop in Kempton, PA publisher of "The Art of Building the Pennsylvania Longrifle" by Chuck Dixon


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The amount of force needed to start an ordinary projectile down bore is often more than sufficient to cause deformation and ruin its ballistic qualities. Black Belt Bullets are one-thousandth of an inch underbore and the Power Check is slightly overbore.


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