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Since there are always newbies learning the ropes, here is a recall on one current powder. As a reminder always store powder in a cool dry place. If there are signs of deterioration, smells like vinegar or light rust colored dust, it is cheaper to dispose of it than risk problems.

http://imrpowder.com/PDF/4007sscsafetywarning.pdf
 

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Thanks for the posting -- checked the shelf and sho' nuff! Tossed it onto the snow (30" this weekend) to fertilize the grass with the spring melt.

Carry On!
Gary
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whoa - that's unnerving. Suddenly I feel like adding lot numbers of powder and primers to my reload stickers.

Pretty soon the sticker is going to be bigger than the box.

B-D
 
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