Cut's that url asks the question specifically if the new law affects exclusion 27 for black powder for sporting purpose. Reply is NO it does not affect it. I've found nothing to support Johnson reported statement.
I tried to cut and paste, but its in .pdf format and that damndable Adobe and I couldn't So I just posted the url and how to get to the question so dear to us.
Safe Explosives Act FAQs
General Questions and Answers
2. Who is affected by the Safe Explosives Act?
4. Does the new law affect the black powder exemption for sporting,
recreational, or cultural use in antique firearms?
The exemption at 27 CFR 55.141(b) for black powder is not affected by the new
Had ta ask the wife how to do it, but this is cut and pasted from their faq
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