I was in the gun shop years ago and some dude came in and wanted the "fastest powder made" to do some reloading. Steve naturally sold him a can of Bullseye. As he was leaving he said something about using it to reload 30-06. I tried to stop him and make him listen to reason but he just left. I used to think of him often and wonder what happened.
For those who do not reload, the bigger the cartridge the slower the powder it uses, a paradox. Bullseye is all but guaranteed to blow up any rifle.
even i wouldn't give that a try...
words to live by for the hobbyist gunsmith:
ďAll parts should go together without forcing.You must remember that the parts you are reassembling were disassembled by you.Therefore, if you canít get them together again, there must be a reason. By all means, do not use a hammer.Ē - IBM manual,1925