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blue dusters

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by 686, Mar 10, 2009.

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  1. 686

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    if all wads were the same price would you perfer blue dusters for your 1 1/8 loads. i here a lots of good talk about them . the only neg. is price. if not bd then what wad?
     
  2. wanderer

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    Use the blue and green both, depending on powder and shot charge. They load easy and shoot well. Priced right. GEG.
     
  3. ou.3200

    ou.3200 Well-Known Member

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    I have tried a lot of other wads but keep coming back to Blue and Green Dusters. With the exception of a bad run of them about three years ago zero problems. They load easily, shoot well and no plastic residue in the barrel. The bad wads I got were replaced so I have no complaints.
     
  4. 686

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    those are my thoughts also. i use the green and blue ones. for only using about 5000 a yr. the price is not bad.
     
  5. edthearcher

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    blue duster thats all I use
     
  6. midalake

    midalake Well-Known Member

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    Well I hope you went back to the federals, the duster wad is a tapered wall wad and was never ment to go into any straight hull.

    GS
     
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    Nearly all of my plastic fouling stopped when I began using Blue and Green Dusters. On top of that they do load quietly and easily. I never had any of the "problems" that some talk about.
     
  8. ou.3200

    ou.3200 Well-Known Member

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    This is the problem I had in cold weather a few years ago. But, as I said, it was only one run that was bad and the company replaced them for me. No problems since.


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  9. 686

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    at our range i get 0picked on for useing those expensive wads. i am glad to see on here if cost is the same most would use the dusters. and even if they do cost a little more a lot of people like them. i will stick to the dusters.
     
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