Which Size Do You Need?

A 3.5 oz container contains right at 100 grams of powder. Using the standard recommended mixing ratio of 20 grams powder to 100 ML of solvent, a 3.5 oz container will yield approx. 500 ML of ready to use mix. Using the recommended ratio of 1 ML per lb of bullets, 500 ML will coat approx 250 lbs of bullets with 2 coats and 166 lbs with 3 coats.

A 7oz container contains 200 grams of powder.  Using the standard recommended mixing ratio of 20 grams powder to 100 ML of solvent, a 7.0 oz container will yield approx. 1000 ML of ready to use mix. Using the recommended ratio of 1 ML per lb of bullets 1000 ML will coat approx 500 lbs of bullets with 2 coats and 333 lbs with 3 coats.

A 15 oz container contains 425 grams of powder.  Using the standard recommended mixing ratio of 20 grams powder to 100 ML of solvent, a 15.0 oz container will yield approx. 2,125 ML of ready to use mix. Using the recommended ratio of 1 ML per lb of bullets 2,125 ML will coat approx 1,062 lbs of bullets with 2 coats and 708 lbs with 3 coats.

A 1KG Container / 1000 Grams.  Using the standard recommended mixing ration of 20 grams to 100 ml of solvent, 1KG will yield 5000 ml of ready to use mix.  Using the recommended ratio of 1 ml per lb of bullets, 5000 ml will coat approximately 2500 lbs of bullets with 2 coats and 1666 lbs with 3 coats.

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