I just wanted to start off with letting you know that I appreciated the help yall have given me on another thread within this website.
It goes a long way with me!
Anyhoo...back to the question.
I am looking at reloading Lyman 525-grain sabot slugs. And according to the info I have on hand, it takes WAA12F114 wads.
So here's my question: Are the Claybuster replacement wads as good, or should I just stick to the original WAA12F114 wads?
I ask because there are a few things I have read about this very topic:
1) Winchester has discontinued the WAA12114 wads and there are now limited quantities of them left.
2) I have also read that Winchester has continued to sell the WAA12F114 wads again, but they were either longer or shorter (I can't remember which it was) than the original.
3) Claybuster wads have inherant problems with cold weather. But I believe that they were NOT talking about the Claybuster replacement wads for the WAA12F114...but about the Claybuster replacement wads for the WAA12 wads.
I would appreciate some clarification on this, as I have found a decent source for these Claybuster wads...which are replacement wads for the WAA12F114. (Click HERE to check it out).
By the way, I will be using 2 3/4" Remington Premier STS hulls.
Thanks again, folks.
I will await your replies before making my decision/purchase.
In Christ: Raymond