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I have a black powder percussion rifle, but I live in AZ. Since today it hit over 100 degrees I wanted to know if there was a te

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  • I have a black powder percussion rifle, but I live in AZ. Since today it hit over 100 degrees I wanted to know if there was a te

    I have a black powder percussion rifle, but I live in AZ. Since today it hit over 100 degrees I wanted to know if there was a temperature where it will be too hot to safely fire. Any ideas?

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    Uhhhhh......no!

    My first cap lock I shot throughout the summer I bought it. It wasn't AZ heat, but hot nonetheless!
    Prudence and caution tell us to keep sparks away from true black powder. Other than that, have fun!

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