CAUTION: Due to the sealing properties
Puff-Lon Filler, there will be a slight increase
in pressure (but a higher consistency that ever
before possible) and velocity with all bullets and
a slight loss of accuracy with boat tail bullets.
All loads should be 10% below
maximum recommendations. Crimp all straight
wall cases. Lube all bullets that have lube
groves. Wash hands before handling smoking
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Instructions for Puff-Lon filler:
Quick Version: Load gunpowder, load Puff-Lon to top of brass, seat bullet.
  1. Load gunpowder charges into brass as usual. (Below maximum charge)
    With B P use your compression die. NOTE: For best consistency, you
    may want to load slower burning and lesser charge of gunpowder to
    shoot a slightly slower projectile.
  2. Load Puff-Lon Filler on top of gunpowder and fill to top of your brass.
    With B P you may add grease wad to top. (Puff-Lon can be added with
    a standard powder measurer or funnel and scoop). NOTE: When filled
    to top of case, place a clean plate under your case to catch excess
    filler, which may be recycled.
  3. Seat your bullet as usual. Compress the column of Puff-Lon at least
    20% in the cartridge. Compressed loads are necessary to hold
    gunpowder in p[lace. NOTE: When using a high volume (over 50% case
    capacity or shallow seated bullets) of Puff-Lon, tap down or use a
    ramrod to compress Puff-Lon then refill to top of brass.
  4. Clean gun barrel prior to using Puff-Lon.               
  5. After shooting Puff-Lon, we recommend cleaning the barrel as little as
    possible but always oil before storing away. The next time you shoot,
    run a new oiled patch then a dry patch down the barrel so there will be
    little or no setting-in shots. Use a bore cleaner only if copper or lead
    fouling becomes significant.
Happy Shooting!