I’ve gotta ask. How did you shoot from 27yrds with AA’s moving only 980fps?I shoot #7.5 or #8 a lot, it's a mind thing. I usually shoot whatever is on top on my ammo stash.
Heck, I've shot the Winchester AA's low noise, low recoil (980 fps, .90 ounce #9, min dram) from the 27 yard line .... Just to prove it could be done.
Better made shot is round open up a Gold Nitro or similar one on a cookie sheet - it will roll all over the sheetShot in shotgun shells isn't like a projectile in single bullet ammo. Shot isn't made in a very precise manner. It isn't perfectly round and not every pellet is the exact same weight.
Just takes time to figure out the lead, like any ammo.I’ve gotta ask. How did you shoot from 27yrds with AA’s moving only 980fps?
Guy must have been toilet trained at gunpoint.Was recently purchasing ammo and overheard a trap shooter ask the manager for 7.5 shot ammo. The manager said he only had 8-shot and the customer refused to buy it saying “8-shot will ruin my score”.
Very curious to hear opinions on this
Sporting Arms and Manufacturers Institute (SAAMI) has voluntary industry standards published in the American National Standards which include:Good to know. Had no idea that was the case for factory new