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Lowpuller

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Is was test fitting this motor, it got stuck. Without think I grabbed my angle and pushed it out. It damaged some of the clay which cam and a little black powder. My intuition says fire away...........thoughts???

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Did I increase the likelihood of a CATO or anything else?
 

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Is was test fitting this motor, it got stuck. Without think I grabbed my angle and pushed it out. It damaged some of the clay which cam and a little black powder. My intuition says fire away...........thoughts???

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Did I increase the likelihood of a CATO or anything else?
Just pack the tube with wadding and put some tape over it to keep the powder in place.


Tony
 

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Just pack the tube with wadding and put some tape over it to keep the powder in place.


Tony
+1, is all you did was expose the ejection charge, a bit of dog barf and tape over it and it should be good to go.
 
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