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Lkn4rocks 22-Jul-07 - 12:41 PM ET
BIGDON 22-Jul-07 - 05:35 AM ET
Won't me Bubba 21-Jul-07 - 11:23 AM ET
BIGDON 20-Jul-07 - 09:26 PM ET
fssberson 20-Jul-07 - 03:07 PM ET
oleolliedawg 20-Jul-07 - 02:35 PM ET
KelleyPLK 20-Jul-07 - 01:52 PM ET
oleolliedawg 20-Jul-07 - 01:27 PM ET
kgdunford 20-Jul-07 - 01:18 PM ET
kgdunford 20-Jul-07 - 12:04 PM ET


Subject: Winchester Super Handicap Powder
From: Lkn4rocks
Date: Sun, Jul 22, 2007 - 12:41 PM ET
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"kgdunford..... Does anyone know what mec bushing will drop 20.9 grains of the new Winchester Super Hadicap Powder?"

Get out your powder scale, everyone that reloads should have one & if you don’t own a powder scale then you should buy one for your safety and those that shoot around you, check the volume weight of the powder in question thrown by your existing MEC bushings, if none of your bushings throw that weight by volume then buy a larger bushing that does..... If the new bushing throws a greater weight by volume than you desire then reduce the ID of that bushing until you get exactly what you’re looking for.... Mark the bushing as to what its intended use is and this process will apply to any powder.

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Subject: Winchester Super Handicap Powder
From: BIGDON
Date: Sun, Jul 22, 2007 - 05:35 AM ET
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I just load 150 last night at 21.2 grains and I am going to try them out today at Jaquas in the caps. Different looking powder.

Don

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Subject: Winchester Super Handicap Powder
From: Won't me Bubba
Date: Sat, Jul 21, 2007 - 11:23 AM ET
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Subject: Winchester Super Handicap Powder
From: BIGDON
Date: Fri, Jul 20, 2007 - 09:26 PM ET
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Check their ad in Shotgun Sports. You make Handicap loads.

Don

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Subject: Winchester Super Handicap Powder
From: fssberson
Date: Fri, Jul 20, 2007 - 03:07 PM ET
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Winchester claims to now have their handicap powder available for reloading. Fred

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Subject: Winchester Super Handicap Powder
From: oleolliedawg
Date: Fri, Jul 20, 2007 - 02:35 PM ET
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kg, you'll probably have to use a 1 oz. wad instead of your usual 1 1/8oz. Very low volume of powder necessitates this change!!

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Subject: Winchester Super Handicap Powder
From: KelleyPLK
Date: Fri, Jul 20, 2007 - 01:52 PM ET
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I dont think winchester super handicaps can be repeduced because they dont sell the powder the use in factory ammo .

Pat Kelley

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Subject: Winchester Super Handicap Powder
From: oleolliedawg
Date: Fri, Jul 20, 2007 - 01:27 PM ET
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Around a #23 should do it but please check with a scale!!

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Subject: Winchester Super Handicap Powder
From: kgdunford
Date: Fri, Jul 20, 2007 - 01:18 PM ET
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Subject: Winchester Super Handicap Powder
From: kgdunford
Date: Fri, Jul 20, 2007 - 12:04 PM ET
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Does anyone know what mec bushing will drop 20.9 grains of the new Winchester Super Hadicap Powder?

Thanks in advance

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