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Jun 29, 2020 · Mixing Black Powder You should now have a tub of 3.6 ounces of airfloat charcoal, 18 ounces of milled potassium nitrate, and 2.4 ounces of milled sulfur. You'll use these three chemicals to make the 24 ounces of black powder. But it it's too cumbersome working with batches that large, you can first make three 8-ounce batches

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  • black powder for self-reliance - part 1, by m.b. making

    black powder for self-reliance - part 1, by m.b. making

    Oct 09, 2019 · Rock tumbler with black rubber tumbling chamber, 3 pound capacity – $44.99 at Harbor Freight. This is used as a ball mill, with a pound of lead balls. Multiple designs for homebuilt ball mills are available on the Internet

  • trying make my own black powder | survivalist forum

    trying make my own black powder | survivalist forum

    Dec 05, 2013 · Ok , watched youtube stuff and read as much as I can about making my own black powder (BP) I have ordered all the chem’s, and a ball mill from ebay ( WOW) It’s only a small ball mill, see through drum hexagonal type which is a quart in size. Going to fill it around half way with lead round

  • ball mill or tumbler? | the high road

    ball mill or tumbler? | the high road

    May 16, 2009 · Is there a reason I shouldn't use a tumbler as a ball mill to mill powder in? I finally got everything in to make some powder and don't yet have a ball mill and would like not to have to get one. Using lead round balls and a frankford arsenal tumbler was to be the plan unless someone can tell me why it would not be a good idea or safe

  • ball mills - tools and tooling - apc forum

    ball mills - tools and tooling - apc forum

    Page 1 of 3 - ball mills - posted in Tools and Tooling: I have been making fireworks for a year now and I love it. My only problem is now that I am making more stuff than I am buying I was wondering what type of ball mill to get to make bigger batches of black powder in 1 run. I currently have the 6 pound rock tumbler from harbor freight that has been modified according to the skylighter website

  • diy black powder supplies | the firearms forum

    diy black powder supplies | the firearms forum

    Apr 13, 2017 · Heard quite a few say DIY black powder is cleaner , not sure about that . Seemed about same when cleaning my rifle . Did have 1 mishap , I didn't have a ball mill or a rock cleaner so I put a bolt threw the lid of a quart mason jar and chucked it in my cordless drill . Then with a radiator clamp adjusted trigger down to were it was turning

  • safety of rebel/thumblers tumbler ball mill - safety - apc

    safety of rebel/thumblers tumbler ball mill - safety - apc

    Sep 10, 2020 · Posted 11 September 2020 - 04:44 PM PyroCat, milling black powder is inherently dangerous, but there are many ways to minimize risk of accident. I think your concern is valid, but it's just one of many things that can go wrong. Sometimes it has been suggested that if a mill jar of BP clumps, whack it with as stick to break it up

  • ball mills& media

    ball mills& media

    3 # lb capacity media ball mill. Perfect size for the small hobbyist to mill black powder, rocket pr.. ... This is the same tumbling barrel ( also called a tumbler drum or a tumbler tank.. $89.00. ... 1/2in hardened Lead-Antimony media 100 pcs . 1/2" lead-antimony non sparking grinding media great for black powder …

  • ball mill or tumbler? |the high road

    ball mill or tumbler? |the high road

    May 16, 2009 · Is there a reason I shouldn't use a tumbler as a ball mill to mill powder in? I finally got everything in to make some powder and don't yet have a ball mill and would like not to have to get one. Using lead round balls and a frankford arsenal tumbler was to be the plan unless someone can tell me why it would not be a good idea or safe

  • how stable is black powder? |yahoo answers

    how stable is black powder? |yahoo answers

    Oct 17, 2007 · I have a plastic rock tumbler and I want to use it as a ball mill. I am going to use lead balls as the medium but I need to know if the plastic tumbler is going to create a static charge enough to set of the powder. Any suggestions would be helpfull here

  • isa rock tumbler a ball mill? -instructables

    isa rock tumbler a ball mill? -instructables

    i have a rock tumbler and i dont want to buy a ball mill if i dont have to. Tags: ball mill. Comments. ... And end lead covered balls so there is no sparking incase you want to mill up some black powder. Hope this answered the question. cheers. 0. orksecurity. 11 years ago

  • united nuclear -black powder manufacture

    united nuclear -black powder manufacture

    The mixing process for Black Powder is just as important as the formula. Black Powder MUST be made in a Ball Mill to work properly. A Ball Mill is a rotating drum with dozens of lead balls inside. The 3 chemicals are loaded into the Ball Mill, along with the lead balls, sealed shut and allowed to rotate for anywhere between 1 hour and 24 hours

  • makeblack powderwithout aball mill- easy 1 hour method

    makeblack powderwithout aball mill- easy 1 hour method

    Jun 29, 2020 · But in a ball mill the relatively gentle tumbling action of mixed black powder chemicals and lead balls is far less dangerous. So, while a blade mill is great for quickly milling one chemical, it is extremely dangerous to use for mixed chemicals

  • how i built a quick and easy home-madeball mill

    how i built a quick and easy home-madeball mill

    To use the mill as a rock tumbler, just leave out the steel balls, add rocks, tumbling grit and water, and let it spin. Here is a video of my home-made ball mill in operation with a brief explanation of all the parts and how I put it together

  • diyblack powdersupplies |the firearms forum

    diyblack powdersupplies |the firearms forum

    Apr 13, 2017 · Heard quite a few say DIY black powder is cleaner , not sure about that . Seemed about same when cleaning my rifle . Did have 1 mishap , I didn't have a ball mill or a rock cleaner so I put a bolt threw the lid of a quart mason jar and chucked it in my cordless drill . Then with a radiator clamp adjusted trigger down to were it was turning

  • make aball millin 5 minutes : 4 steps -instructables

    make aball millin 5 minutes : 4 steps -instructables

    Wiki says "A ball mill is a type of grinder used to grind materials into extremely fine powder for use in paints, pyrotechnics, and ceramics." Many instructables refer to United Nuclear Ball Mills. Their small ball mill cost between $70 and $80 dollars. For no more than $30 and in 5 minute you can build a ball mill of appreciable performance

  • black powderround balls | cheaper than dirt

    black powderround balls | cheaper than dirt

    Stock up your favorite black powder supplies like round balls with the wide selection of items we have here at CheaperThanDirt.com. Most orders ship within 24 hours (excludes firearms). For the fastest delivery, select Express Shipping at checkout

  • ball mills tumbler- caesar

    ball mills tumbler- caesar

    ball mills tumbler. ThreeBall MillsIn One! Built to run 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, these ultra heavy dutyball millsare a pyro's dream. Based on the Highland Park design, they offer double pulley drive on the polyurethene covered barrel rollers, and heavy duty Oil-lite bronze bearings

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