A comparison between Blue and Red dot powder is what I'm looking for, do you have one?
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Red Dot is relatively fast and not too dirty. Blue Dot is very slow burning, was without peer when used in heavy magnum loads, and as dirty as anything I have ever seen.
What could have happened... did.
We used to buy Red Dot in 3LB cardboard (reduces/eliminates moisture) containers and loaded hundreds of 12 ga shotgun shells. Never a problem.