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DANFAM 25-Jan-09 - 03:16 PM ET
DANFAM 25-Jan-09 - 03:38 PM ET
DANFAM 27-Jan-09 - 12:02 AM ET
skeet_man 27-Jan-09 - 12:21 AM ET
DANFAM 27-Jan-09 - 12:26 AM ET
abiezer 27-Jan-09 - 12:57 AM ET
DANFAM 27-Jan-09 - 08:11 AM ET


Subject: Reloading 12 GA 3 1/2
From: DANFAM
Date: Sun, Jan 25, 2009 - 03:16 PM ET
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From: skeet_man
Date: Tue, Jan 27, 2009 - 12:21 AM ET
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How many rounds of 3.5" steel do you go through in a year? Seems to me it would be a lot more effort than it would be worth unless your going to be going through a couple hundred +/year.

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Subject: Reloading 12 GA 3 1/2
From: abiezer
Date: Tue, Jan 27, 2009 - 12:57 AM ET
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I've loaded quite a few of them, mostly Kent and Federal hulls. i usually load 1 3/8 with #1 or smaller, and 1.5oz in #1 and larger. STEEL powder, and Sam 3.5" wads. i reload them on a mec 600. but i resize em first with a mec supersizer. You actually save the most $ reloading the 3.5" vs. buyin factory. Ya don't save much reloading 2 3/4" and 3" steel. Althugh, i reload em all. I like playin around with the 3" 450gr loads at 1750fps.

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Date: Tue, Jan 27, 2009 - 08:11 AM ET
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