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Posted: 6/21/2016 2:12:29 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 6/21/2016 2:14:08 PM EDT by Tol_Kla]
I really do. There's something about it. Burnt gunpowder, not unburnt.. that stuff doesn't seem to really have a smell to me. But once you burn it, that smell.. its sweet.. its like mothballs and rain on a warm summer night. I would wear it as a cologne, not in large amounts, but just a hint on my neck so that I have that freshly in combat smell that drives all the ladies into psychotic episodes and makes them temporarily lose custody of their kids to the state.

I also like Issey Miyake.
Link Posted: 6/21/2016 2:22:14 PM EDT


I love it too, but only rifle powder. Shotgun powder burns with a sweeter/more sour smell that I find nauseating.
Link Posted: 6/21/2016 2:23:46 PM EDT
I think there's a market for cordite incense.
Link Posted: 6/21/2016 2:29:13 PM EDT
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is cordite even used in making modern gun powder?
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is cordite even used in making modern gun powder?
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Originally Posted By Tol_Kla:
Originally Posted By 77grBTHP:
I think there's a market for cordite incense.


is cordite even used in making modern gun powder?


Nope.
It would just be a nostalgic thing to have that particular smell.
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