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10/27/2016 5:11 PM  #1


Graf & Sons vs Goex

Went to one of the few stores in the city that sell black powder. They said they were not able to get Goex so they ordered Graf & Sons. Any one have any experience with this brand? I bought a couple of pounds of 3F to try.

 

10/27/2016 5:23 PM  #2


Re: Graf & Sons vs Goex

I use Grafs in my offhand rifles and smoothbores. I can shoot a full round with damp patches, and not have to clean. Accuracy stays as good as Goex for me.

I've even used it in my chunk gun with very good groups.

 

10/28/2016 4:38 AM  #3


Re: Graf & Sons vs Goex

No experience but a lot of people use it in my neck of the woods  and like it! For what that's worth.

​Richard


One good shot doesn't make a match but one bad shot dang sure can ruin a match!
 

10/28/2016 6:43 AM  #4


Re: Graf & Sons vs Goex

Sounds good. Will meet a friend with a chronograph this weekend and try to do some velocity test to see how they compare.

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11/04/2016 9:01 AM  #5


Re: Graf & Sons vs Goex

Any great revelations? Curious minds would like to know?

RB


One good shot doesn't make a match but one bad shot dang sure can ruin a match!
 

11/08/2016 6:38 PM  #6


Re: Graf & Sons vs Goex

Hi Richard
Didn't have as much time as we had hoped but did run one test batch of 5 shots each. The Graf & Sons was running about 40 fps slower than the same volume of Goex. Didn't see much difference in fouling. Will try to do more soon.

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