Re: Powder Bridgeing
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There is really nothing you can do to prevent this in a case where it occurs.
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There is forward ignition as tried by Rocky Gibbs but it seems like it would be a fairly tedious undertaking.
For those who don't know what forward ignition is, it is where a long tube is threaded into the primer flash hole so the powder ignition occurs at the shoulder end of the case and burns back toward the primer. The theory is to have only expanding gasses flow down the barrel behind the bullet instead of burning powder kernels. I beleive this is done with some artillery shells as well.
GRAVITY. It's not just a good idea. It's the LAW!