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Are Diana Shells good

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by Full Choker 25, Feb 28, 2007.

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  1. Full Choker 25

    Full Choker 25 TS Member

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    I would like to know if rthe diana shells are a good shell. Are they going to performe good from 25 yards and back

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  2. Full Choker 25

    Full Choker 25 TS Member

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  3. foghorn220

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    Collin I have shot some and here lately in the cold weather they seem to be weaker I would say it is because of them being a straight walled hull and maybe the wad shrinks in the cold weather and not as tight as a seal as in warm weather.

    Ok this is only a guess I also think most of the same type shells do the same because I have shot a couple more cheap brands.

    In the warm weather I think they do great from the 27


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  4. Full Choker 25

    Full Choker 25 TS Member

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    Thanks FoIt is know cheaper to buy shells than it is toreload and they are putting in orders at are club for Dianas
     
  5. Full Choker 25

    Full Choker 25 TS Member

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    Thanks Fog

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  6. Sir-Fishalot

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    You can't hit the broad side of a barn with Diana shells from the 27yd line let alone the 21. It's not worth saving a little green if you can't hit any thing.
     
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