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 Post subject: Polish your gun forcing cones.
PostPosted: Wed Mar 07, 2018 11:10 am 
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Greeting, mass produced shotguns tend to show tool marks at the forcing cones and a simple polishing can help things like this:
https://imgur.com/eYyAqk8
https://imgur.com/vDL6emp
https://imgur.com/Gin9UBI
https://imgur.com/ysy3snG
https://imgur.com/0tfhhCa
Put it in a drill and polish gentally.
Hoping it helps.

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 Post subject: Check before you go out hunting.
PostPosted: Wed Mar 07, 2018 11:12 am 
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Tips of the day, before you venture out for that big deer you always dreamed off:

1. Watch out for scope bases or rings that have the tendency of getting loose!
2. Use loads that you are comfortable shooting without flinching, practice till you are comfortable and can constantly hit where you aim.
If you find yourself getting smacked and are not comfortable using then its high time you switch over to another load that you are comfortable shooting!
3. When using a Auto-loader or pump gun tighten the barrel lug nut all the way and then back off one notch to relieve excess pressure now be sure to check your point of impact before you go out hunting.
4. Take your time, don't rush, make your first shot count!

Watch what you buy, "All that glitter's is not Gold"

It’s time to break out the CanCooker or fire up the smoker for some slow-cooked venison, then turn that delicious meat into a fiesta!
One of the most fun things about hunting season is being in the kitchen with venison and trying some new dishes. Or, using the venison to give an old standby recipe a little bit of a twist. Burgers, chili and spaghetti, of course, often get a little venison love.
But how about trying this super Venison Burrito Supreme dish?
Stacy Harris, author of Happy Healthy Family, said her family chows down on these burritos just about as quickly as she can get them made! The great thing, too, is with the different ways folks love to make a burrito or taco, it’s easy for the family to pitch in with prep work and cutting on this great cutting board. Then, put out everything and everyone can make their own.
Some of the items can be purchased pre-cut at your local grocery store, such as the onions and tomatoes. I don’t mind buying the pre-cut onions, but I like to pick my own tomatoes and also some fresh cilantro. It doesn’t take much cilantro, either, for a bit of a kick.
If you really want to have fun, take some ground venison, a bit of cream cheese and put a bit in some cored jalapenos. Then put them in this popper roasting rack on the grill or in the oven for a few minutes for great appetizers.
Or, get your kids to help out with the preparations and have them dice the onions, tomatoes and so on. Be sure to use good tortillas; we like to toss ours on a George Foreman grill or into the microwave on about 10 seconds to warm them before making our burritos. Enjoy!

Venison Burrito Supreme
Ingredients:
4 tbsp. olive oil
4 garlic cloves
1 1/2 teaspoons red pepper flakes
1 can black beans (16-ounce)
Salt and Pepper to taste
1/2 cup chopped cilantro leaves
4 plum tomatoes, cored and chopped
1/2 red onion, minced
1 jalapeno chili, seeds removed, minced
1 tbsp. lime juice
1 lbs. venison hindquarter
4 flour tortillas (10 inch)
1 1/2 cups cooked rice
Ingredients for Tomatillo Sauce
1 onion, chopped
4 Tomatillos, finely chopped
1 jalapeno chili, seeded and chopped
2 cloves garlic
1 tbsp. olive oil
1/2 cup sour cream
1/3 heavy cream
pinch salt
1 cup cilantro
Preparation:
Heat 2 tbsp. oil in large saucepan over medium-high heat until shimmering. Add garlic and red pepper flakes for about 30 seconds. Add beans, bring to a boil, then reduce it to a simmer for about 15 minutes. Season with salt and pepper.
To make pico de gallo, combine 2 tbsp. cilantro, tomatoes, onion, jalapeno, and lime juice in medium bowl. Season with salt and pepper.
Slice hindquarter venison in half horizontally. Pound each half to about 3/4 inches thick. Season liberally with salt and pepper. Heat remaining oil in a large skillet over medium high heat until skillet is smoking hot. Place venison in skillet for about 4 minutes on the first side, turn and cook the other side for 3 to 4 minutes. Transfer to a cutting board, tent with foil, and let rest 5 minutes.
For Tomatillo Sauce, saute onion in olive oil. Add tomatillos, chiles, and garlic Saute gently. Add the ingredients to a food processor. Add sour cream and cilantro. Process until smooth. Add whipping cream and pulse until blended.
Slice steaks thin against grain. Place tortillas on 4 plates and evenly divide rice, beans, venison, and pico de gallo among them. Spoon tomatillo sauce on top. Fold tortillas to form burritos. Sprinkle remaining cilantro leaves on top and serve immediately.

" A happy man is one who loads his own slugs and burn's powder at the range" - Super Blazing Sabots!

"An inventor fails 999 times, and if he succeeds once, he's in.
He treats his failures simply as practice shots. ~ Charles F. Kettering

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 Post subject: For slug or RB loaders
PostPosted: Wed Mar 07, 2018 11:15 am 
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We all, who take slug loading seriously are a dedicated family, who have taken it upon ourselves to perfect our tech. We experiment to find better techniques and share our knowledge.
Location: New Jersey. USA / Frankfort, W.Germany / London, UK
-Elite Group of Slug Shooter's
We all, who take slug loading seriously are a dedicated family, who have taken it upon ourselves to perfect our tech. We experiment to find better techniques and share our knowledge.
20 gauge fun hunting loads for the whole family for some 16 to 20 cents a pop.
https://imgur.com/JHdvMHJ
Please watch out: 20 gauge Freight train loads that kick back like a mule! !
https://imgur.com/bhaerZc

Please watch the picture carefully as to the load set up with additional nitro cards in the base cavity to help support at launch.
https://imgur.com/kRdkadl
Must push home the nitro card at the bottom of the wad with a socket like this you will need a 3/8 socket :
https://imgur.com/WL7c8AA
Imagine, We got choices.

Lets see what you make of this, Remington 12 ga AccuTip Verses Longshot load for .575 bullet in our Super Blazing Sabot or the Sabots that my dear friend JMortimer was providing you all.
https://imgur.com/g1xUhYZ
https://imgur.com/bpgknUe
https://imgur.com/syLkENI
https://imgur.com/lm2kTFQ


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 Post subject: Learn to cook your own for pennies a pop.
PostPosted: Wed Mar 07, 2018 11:18 am 
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The big companies are pushing the loading envelope a bit far too much for our safety, racing with the devil : https://imgur.com/hxkVS2R
Take a good look at these crater marks for safety, please. https://imgur.com/P0IIrim Some of the tools I use to help me cook loads with ease. https://imgur.com/8un0L9q
You will need a depth gauge as you start cooking more and more of your loads like this : https://imgur.com/mmp2jiQ
The " O " ring set came from a $ 1 store the rest I put together !
https://imgur.com/7R8SESW
A treat for 20 ga lovers in Trap Commander wad from BPI : https://imgur.com/2KqaN4O
Mouth watering recipe for 20 ga lovers : https://imgur.com/dTUSnZk
https://imgur.com/tumzn5Z

Time tested Lyman 525 slug in wad loads for 12 gauge :
https://imgur.com/XtqLuxP

When buying slug molds, be sure to order additional base pins to experiment with. Usually Lee sells them for $1 to $1.50 each.https://imgur.com/XiyuI5o

Most shooters have Lyman Foster slug molds lying around, modify the base pin as in the picture https://imgur.com/FbCcfyy
https://imgur.com/1dsUfAF
https://imgur.com/Pt8uk7g
Don't let the powder seep through: https://imgur.com/8SVSz3X
https://imgur.com/9yvwgC3
This will happen if it seeps through: https://imgur.com/Ma1bqZp

For the slug or RB in wad fit, I always pushed it back wards in to the barrel without a nitro card to see the fiction fit: https://imgur.com/2nkY5pd


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 Post subject: Re: Here's the Good news.
PostPosted: Wed Mar 07, 2018 11:21 am 
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The Ammo manufacturers are fighting for the 1 st spot by pushing the loading envelope, so are we trying to out do them.
They have the advantage of matching each and every component for max. slug load efficiency.
We being forced to use sub standard shot shell components that tend to fail ( slug components ) under heavy loads.
That was the reason I started using .125 inch 28 gauge nitro cards in the base cavity of my wads and below the slug to give it strength to withstand my heavy loads.
They helped a great deal and even after firing the wad looked like new and was reusable.
https://imgur.com/tumzn5Z https://imgur.com/c8SmkgP

We can't afford to have bad fitting components like this : https://imgur.com/sCW0uoc
https://imgur.com/9yvwgC3 https://imgur.com/8SVSz3X

We learn by watching too.
Remington Accu Tip : https://imgur.com/nCvpOXj
https://imgur.com/bpgknUe
Winchester XP-3 slug : https://imgur.com/Foak0k4
Federal slug: https://imgur.com/4vCMZsF
Fiocchi slug : https://imgur.com/sy4lgDd
Lightfield slug: https://imgur.com/5rvIYgl


20 Gauge.
Hornady SST slug :https://imgur.com/KKZrWJL
Brenneke slug : https://imgur.com/hssTVbG

I already have done so much load development that all I need is some support like you all use to give me and put me to work 24/7
Together we will once again come up with better ideas and help you put meat on the table, yet have fun cooking your own loads.

Best regards,
Ajay Madan

Lets start loading 20 ga freight train loads 450 to 460 gr bullets:
https://imgur.com/AmzP0nW
https://imgur.com/uhLZTaP
https://imgur.com/pnI7qiA
https://imgur.com/cces6z3
https://imgur.com/5hn8zv3
300 gr bullet loads for 20 gr. Some hot ones in between: https://imgur.com/zicrRv1
20 gauge 255 gr hot loads from the past ! ! https://imgur.com/5iCn7Ip
**--**Very promising .575 RB load setup, watch the picture carefully :https://imgur.com/dTUSnZk
https://imgur.com/JHdvMHJ
Just look at these babies glittering like gold ! !

Be sure to have the coffee pot full, have fun.

Best regards,
Ajay Madan
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 Post subject: Wise Tip's for Shotgun Slug loader's, Old is still Gold ! !
PostPosted: Wed Mar 07, 2018 11:24 am 
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Wise Tip's for Shotgun Slug loader's, Old is still Gold ! !

" Old is Gold " the old theory still goes, accuracy from a shotgun slug is a function of two things

1. A good gas seal.

2. Centering the slug in the bore with a snug fit through out the barrel.

Achieve those two and you can shoot as well as many big game heavy rifles.

Since efficiency and accuracy is our prime goal, we need all components to Rhyme with one another and work together hand in hands.

Saboted Slugs are more aerodynamic, because they are encased in a bore-filling, fall-away plastic sleeve ( the Sabot ) which allows the shotgun to shoot a much more efficient projectile.

Let's make the right choices, Brother:

1. Choose your components wisely to custom tailor your loads for efficiency!

2. We need good quality straight walled hulls that are made strong enough to SAAMI specification's but will show pressure sign's after a certain pressure level is reached for safety!

3. Very important to know that certain powders require A Magnum Primer like Alliant Steel for example, needs a Fed.209A or CCI.209M!
Stick with only top name brand primer's that are made to SAAMI specification's like Fed. 209, CCI 209, Win. 209 and Fio.616 only for regular primer's for our slug / sabot loads.

4. Very important, your OP wad must form a good barrier between the powder gases and the rest of your wad column, therefore your wad under ideal situation should have longer skirts and if your gun has longer forcing cone all the more important for sealing powder gases!

There goes your load efficiency down the drain:

5. Let's give it some solid support, add a stronger darker nitro card to transmit the driving forces evenly, when ever possible try to incorporate a .250" nitro card in between.

6. When ever possible try adding a good Felt wad of 1/4, 3/8 or 1/2 inch to help reduce the felt recoil!
I really love the darker felt fiber wads as they are made well and perform great, but are almost 2 1/2 to 3 time more costlier when compared to the cheaper felt wads from Circle Fly on the right!

7. Top your Felt wad with a stronger darker nitro card, is like giving it a solid foundation to transmit the driving forces evenly and help support the Sabot from below to keep plasma gas blow-by from melting the Sabots!

8. Your Sabots with the proper bullet should be a real tight fit in your rifled barrel and a properly designed sabot should not tag along for a free ride piggy back, instead should release the bullet immediately and drop off in the first 10 to 25 yard line and not any further!

**When it comes to smooth bore then your slug in wad needs to be a snug fit enough to require 6 to 8 lbs pressure to push it through with a wooden dowel and if any more then your pressure's are sure to be high!

Watch out for your safety comes first!

9. It is very important that you seat the slug all the way home, use 50 to 60 lbs wad pressure to ensure that.

10. Try using a harder alloys for casting your slugs for use in Sabots, this way you reduce any chances of distortion at setback when fired allowing the slug to maintain its shape!

11. A fold crimp will further enhance ignition as the pressures are known to be much higher with fold crimp, you also need a bit less powder this way!

12. A clean cut rifling will engage the Slug / Sabot far better and impart the required spin for stability in flight for a greater gyroscopic stability that are harder to knock of course, and thus produce massive centrifugal force to help release the bullet instantly from the sabot.

13. Under ideal hunting situation all you fire is one shot, in some cases may be two the most.
Does it not make sense to do all your slug testing from a cold barrel and fire two shots to see how well your gun holds the accuracy under ideal hunting situation!
When testing Slugs or Sabots, three shot group is all you need and pause between shots to let the barrel cool down a bit!

14. Most loads are more accurate when you tone them down by 2 to 3 gr below Max, and the recoil is easy to digest and won't kick like a mule, that will help you shoot better!

Have the knowledge and exposure to " push the loading envelope" to the Max!

Knowledge not shared, is knowledge lost!
Above all I really enjoyed writing this post!

Hoping it will help some of my Slug Shooter's Family members.

Best regards,

Ajay Madan

PS: I will soon be adding more 12 ga loads to this very post, so be on the look out for more right here.
Powder burning chart : https://imgur.com/lxwpexm

I love the OP wad Powder cup but it has a cavity ( cup shaped ) on both sides you need to fill one like this : https://imgur.com/9169EnG

Here are the 12 ga 310 gr hunting loads, some are hot and in Red ! ! https://imgur.com/JwbUTpD

Your OP wad choices, choose them wisely for better obturation: https://imgur.com/sgeSqhK

https://imgur.com/tp5FTLC

12 gauge RB loads that we were working on : https://imgur.com/PgX6OU4

Check the fit of the slug or RB if using a smooth bore without a nitro card backwards like this : https://imgur.com/2nkY5pd

A good OP wad should seal the powder behind and not let it seep through ! ! https://imgur.com/k3ysWUv
https://imgur.com/sCW0uoc
https://imgur.com/9yvwgC3
https://imgur.com/Ma1bqZp
Paper patch if needed to help things out : https://imgur.com/8SVSz3X

Watch out for these heavy loads in 12 gauge : https://imgur.com/YMa3Lny

https://imgur.com/6CnnxhF
https://imgur.com/c8SmkgP

Heavy 340 gr 12 gauge loads: https://imgur.com/l0E0v0U

I love my family right here, would not want any of you getting hurt.
I try to be very transparent but mind you what worked in my gun safely might not be safe in your gun, use caution and play it safe ! !


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 Post subject: We don't always win, but we don't give up either ! !
PostPosted: Wed Mar 07, 2018 11:27 am 
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Greetings to my Elite Musketeer group of Slug shooters.
I'll soon be posting some images to help you cook your own, I'm always cooking, trying to come up with useful information so I can help in my own way.
I know you are out there and we remain a tight knit family for we are very few in numbers.
Paper patching under size slugs
https://imgur.com/yjZi7z9
We don't always win, but we don't give up either ! !
https://imgur.com/vDmdbgI
Cutting those wads:
https://imgur.com/dSp3qci
https://imgur.com/MrgYHZc
https://imgur.com/0G01iST
https://imgur.com/U3UmMHT
https://imgur.com/SAsz9aQ
https://imgur.com/kUfGrDx
https://imgur.com/MyvhYrs
https://imgur.com/XMOHliy
The .575 RB needs more .125-28 nga nitro wad perhaps one more to raise it on the left in the picture
https://imgur.com/FcQmC1e
Here is 20 ga .575 RB at high speed loads.
https://imgur.com/SpTMU2m
The wads are not made to take such high pressure loads so do support the wads with additional.125-28 ga nitro cards below the RB and in the base cavity ! !
20 ga hulls have a bulging tendency here is how I fix it.
https://imgur.com/dp5ubvV
12 gauge https://imgur.com/CigHhnF
12 ga with Trap Commander wad, RB with spruce downwards. Accuracy I got 3 to 4 inch at 50 yards.
https://imgur.com/hKJazZw
https://imgur.com/YhuNGLi
We are in it to win it, together.
Best regards,
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 Post subject: 20 ga Nitro Express loads and how to cook your own for penni
PostPosted: Mon Mar 12, 2018 12:05 pm 
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Here is the most beautiful 20 ga loads and how to cook them for pennies a pop:
Greetings, the Circle Fly .135 will be even better instead of .125. just switch but be sure for 20 ga RB and the Heavy bullet you will need .135 of 28 ga and plenty of them.
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Have fun, its your day Roger !
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Here is a useful chart I used for Powder hull space if things don't fit, switch to the next powder that does not require too much hull space:
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Protect your wad by re-enforcing it with Nitro cards:
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The 20 ga hulls have a tendency to bulge at the final crimp station so I would put this ring around while crimping, Home Depot has the rod:
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Don't let powder seep-by the wad and if it does fix it with a 1 inch round or square paper wraped at the base cavity:
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Those .575 RB are so much fun for the whole family. Here I kept raising the charge 1/2 grain per load and the impact kept coming up:
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Its getting to be fun, enjoy C o o k i n g your own, we do anything and everything to help our load ! !

If any of you have not yet got your Nitro Express gun then just get a 20 ga Nitro Express and call it a day ! !

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 Post subject: Re: Here's the Good news BLS 12 ( In blue color )
PostPosted: Thu Mar 22, 2018 5:33 pm 
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Wow this is an incredibly good read! I'm going to have to test some of these loads when times allots. I've never seen someone this involved and knowledgable in slug reloading. I'd encourage everyone to read all of this, or at least the 6th post on this page for general advice.

Love the pics of the loads you've dissected. Learn from the big manufacturers, and improve. Keep up the work!


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 Post subject: Re: Here's the Good news BLS 12 ( In blue color )
PostPosted: Fri Mar 23, 2018 1:37 pm 
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Greetings Fatjoe, thanks for your vote of confidence, you made me feel good, most others get jealous and become abusive.

Thank you,
Best regards,
Ajay Madan
Super Blazing Sabots
You will find more here:
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 Post subject: Re: Here's the Good news BLS 12 ( In blue color )
PostPosted: Sun Mar 25, 2018 11:15 am 
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VdoMemorie wrote:
Greetings Fatjoe, thanks for your vote of confidence, you made me feel good, most others get jealous and become abusive.

Thank you,
Best regards,
Ajay Madan
Super Blazing Sabots
You will find more here:
http://castboolits.gunloads.com/forumdi ... e70b1e49fe
Check my workshop here:
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Sorry to hear, though saying others get jealous might not be the best way to make friends.

I myself have a ton of experience with slugs, and have shot just about every production round and slug gun out there. I've also spent a lot of time cooking up recipes. HOWEVER I have come no where close to this level of testing and success. I wish I had all the time to read through the 48 pages here but I've got a busy life.

Smart choice testing the loads with the thin walled Savage 212 barrel. If that barrel doesn't burst I have confidence any other slug gun can handle it. I remember when the Remington Copper solids first came out and burst a number of barrels. Of course that was solid copper, but it's always good to be on the safe side.

With regards to your groupings, are these typically at 100 yards?


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 Post subject: Re: Here's the Good news BLS 12 ( In blue color )
PostPosted: Sun Mar 25, 2018 3:11 pm 
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Greetings FatJoe, thanks again for your comments, the groups were at 50, 75 and 100 yards based on the load. I did my research 24/7 and the sole purpose was to help my slug shooting friends put meat on the table for pennies a pop.

Hoping it helps.

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 Post subject: A treat for 20 ga Nitro Express .575 RB loaders
PostPosted: Mon Apr 16, 2018 2:28 pm 
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For my Elite group of Nitro Express slug shooters here is a treat for 20 ga nitro Express .575 RB loads starter loads for rifled barrels:
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1. 17 to 19 gr Bullseye and 19 gr will give about 1420 fps give or take a few fps based on your crimp!

2. 20 to 22 gr Unique and 22 gr will give about 1430 fps give or take a few fps based on your crimp!

3. 26 to 28 7625 and 28 gr will give you about 1527 fps give or take a few fps based on your crimp!

4. 27 to 29.5 gr Herco and 29.5 gr will give you about 1546 fps give or take a few fps based on your crimp!
Mind you, the above loads are good hunting loads, very accurate!

**--** My .44 Remington Magnum Ruger Super Red hawk with 7.5 inch barrels can only shoot a 300 gr bullet at 1113 fps
for Universal to 1325 fps with H110, compare it to the above loads that are basic hunting loads in 20 gauge, our
20 gauge has turned into a Big Bore Nitro Express beating the old British Paradox guns left and right in the hands
of a good shooter.

“Successful people are always looking for opportunities to help others.
Unsuccessful people are always asking,
'What's in it for me?'”
Get jealous and cry like a baby and have nothing to offer ! !

"Be the change that you wish to see in the world."
- Mahatma Gandhi

" A happy man is one who loads his own slugs and burn's powder at the range" - Super Blazing Sabots!

"An inventor fails 999 times, and if he succeeds once, he's in.
I'll let you know when I'm in!
He treats his failures simply as practice shots. ~ Charles F. Kettering

BRI slug Image
Hastings Lazer slug Image
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 Post subject: 20 ga Nitro Express Hunting loaders treat
PostPosted: Tue Apr 17, 2018 10:39 am 
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Here are the powders that did exceptionally well in our 20 ga .575 RB Nitro Express Hunting loads:
A. Longshot
B. 4756
C. Universal
D. Blue Dot
E. Herco
F. HS 6
G. WSF
H. 7625
I. Bullseye
J. Unique
Alliant Steel was good for hunting but did not shine as the 4756 or Longshot due to RB being only 285 gr.

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 Post subject: Buckshots are for Deer
PostPosted: Sun May 06, 2018 9:51 am 
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The more you read and try to understand Shotgun Ballistics, the better ! !
Here is more 12 ga Buckshot loading data:
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Here is a good one worth reading Buckshot for the Home Defense Shotgun
https://www.luckygunner.com/lounge/choosing-buckshot-home-defense-shotgun/

Shotgun Ballistics
http://aegisacademy.com/shotgun-ballistics/

The Truth About Shotgun Ammo: 6 Questions Answered at Federal's High-Tech Range
https://www.fieldandstream.com/articles/hunting/2013/08/truth-about-shogun-ammo

A Few Words About Buckshot
https://www.fieldandstream.com/blogs/gun-nuts/2011/08/few-words-about-buckshot

A lot of good knowledgeable experts right here and can help.

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 Post subject: Challenges we face.
PostPosted: Wed Jun 13, 2018 11:04 am 
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We face a tough challenge having forced to use sub standard shotshell components for our Heavy Nitro Express needs where we try our level best to help strengthen the components through Nitro cards to be able to withstand our higher pressures they were not meant for ! !
I'm grateful to Circle Fly for providing cheaper nitro cards and BPI for those Darker stronger nitro cards at a much higher price but good ! !

I simply love it when Arms manufacturers give us the choice to inter change just the barrels for yet another calibre like Rossi did, TC Contender did.
**--** I see Mossberg making Over & under with two sets of barrels for 12 and 20 ga, if only they would offer them with rifled barrels. Bravo ! !
Tough, Versatile, and Budget-Friendly, Midland’s Backpack Shotgun Might be Your Best Hiking Companion for $149 along with interchangeable barrels for centerfire. https://www.gunsamerica.com/…/midlan...review/…

Have the knowledge and exposure to " push the loading envelope" to the Max!

Knowledge not shared, is knowledge lost!

**--** My opinions are my own. They carry no 'special' value (except to me of course)
Above all I really enjoyed writing this post!

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I'm not looking to increase my post count, just add more helpful information to help my fellow Brother put meat on the table for pennies a Pop ! !
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