I'm going down to drive a car up from Denver, in end of April
had expected to pad my stash of my favorite powders on the way up
save myself the HazMat hassle of getting Powder to Kodiak
Now, I'm worried I might not be able to find anything on the shelves down there,..
has anyone seen, or have recommendations on where I best might find some in that drive ??
I'll probably swing up through Seattle, but might go up into Montana first,..
It's not that big a deal, but I hate to lose the opportunity to get, "Powdered Up," while driving home
I'd be willing to go out of my way, like into Remote Small Town Wyoming or something like that, to find some.
Actually...., now that I think about it,..maybe downtown Portlandia, would be the area of least demand ??
PS: does anyone have a clearer interpretation of this, from Canadian Customs:
Just wondering, to be Certain,... what 4000 grams is, in relation to an 8lb Keg,...
do I have to have it all in one pound containers,...?????
Quantities that may be imported for personal use and not for sale without requiring an Explosives Importation Permit from Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) include:
- small-arms, sporting ammunition, up to a maximum of 5,000 rounds;
- primers, up to a quantity of 5,000;
- empty primed cartridge cases, up to a quantity of 5,000; and
- propellants, smokeless powder in containers not exceeding 4000 grams and black powder in containers not exceeding 500 grams, up to a maximum total combined quantity of 8 kilograms, (17.66 pounds).