Nitrocellulose now a "high explosive "
ragnarnar last edited by
More edicts from on high. They can't ban guns or ammo, so they find ways to make it harder on us.
The primary aspect of gunpowder, nitrocellulose, has been ruled a "high explosive" by Obama.
Speculation says it won't affect much because it'll cost the government/military just as much for the loaded ammunition.
hypo last edited by
Any shipment over 100 pounds was already class 1. It was previously class 4.1 flammable solid.
Not much of a change.
You can't have it on the same trailer as corrosives, poison gases, oxidizers, radioactive material, dangerous when wet, and some other haz mat.
What facilities in the USA would this affect other than General Dynamics St. Marks plant?
rhyno last edited by
Sounds like it's on hold for now.
orkan last edited by
I'm sure that fucking idiot knows ALL ABOUT the actual chemistry in gunpowder, and is totally qualified to say what it is or isn't.