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# Does a vodka cap hold one unit? watch

1. It's Kirov if that makes a difference
2. (Original post by Lucasium)
It's Kirov if that makes a difference
A shot is roughly one unit, if its in a 70cl bottle there'll be 28 shots in it if that helps.
3. Unlikely to be exactly 1 shot, but it'd be a reasonable enough estimation. Or just stick a glug of it in.
4. (Original post by physicsphysics91)
Thats not even remotely the answer OP was looking for. D grade.
Is it examinable?
5. 10 shots = 1 unit
6. Measure it?
7. (Original post by M14B)
Is it examinable?
No so dont bother remembering it kids.
8. (Original post by physicsphysics91)
No so dont bother remembering it kids.
I wasn't going to as it is in the formula booklet
9. No, not even close.

Pour a capful into a shot glass.
10. (Original post by K.C)
10 shots = 1 unit
No. 1 shot = 1 unit for 40% spirits. Unless you're taking shots of 4% beer/cider that won't be true, and if you are you're drinking beer wrong.
11. (Original post by Stiff Little Fingers)
No. 1 shot = 1 unit for 40% spirits. Unless you're taking shots of 4% beer/cider that won't be true, and if you are you're drinking beer wrong.
20 shots = 1%
12. (Original post by K.C)
20 shots = 1%
That's not how it works in the slightest. Shots is a measurement of volume, ABV of concentration - the two are independent of each other at this end.
13. (Original post by Stiff Little Fingers)
That's not how it works in the slightest. Shots is a measurement of volume, ABV of concentration - the two are independent of each other at this end.
don't argue

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