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ClayBuster CB1100-12 Wads

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by ScottEslick, Sep 4, 2009.

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  1. ScottEslick

    ScottEslick Member

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    What are the opinions on the ClayBuster CB1100-12 wads?

    Thanks, Scott
     
  2. StonewallRacing

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    Old AA, CB1100-12, 17.8 Promo, 1 oz hard 8.5s & WW209 for 16 and first doubles.

    Into my third case. I hear people say they leave too much in the barrel, but I clean the guns regularly so have not had big issues with that.

    SW
     
  3. Quack Shot

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    They work, they are not too expensive, and if your barrel and choke isn't too rough, they don't leave all that much behind. I had one barrel that you could peel strips of plasic from the forcing cone and choke. A light polishing and no more troubles. Maybe it was just a little buildup that got polished out, but it made a big difference. It didn't matter what wads you shot through it, there would eventually be enough residue to concern me. It just seemed that the CB1100-12 wads were the second worse in that barrel. The very worst was the CB0118-12. Had some hulls and powder combinations that were worse than others, or so it seemed. No major troubles in other barrels that I've noticed. These wads work fine in Remington and Win AA hulls of old or new design.
     
  4. scooterbum

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    It is my best shooting wad.
     
  5. Andy44

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    They work OK, but I prefer the Windjammer II for my 1 oz loads. Less pressure and great patterns, with no plastic build-up. 16.5 gr Nitro100, or 18 gr Promo or ClayDot performs great!

    AndyH ;-)
     
  6. OGC Director

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    I have been using that wad for a while now in my 1oz 16's load with no problems. I have not heard any complaints at OGC and more than a few shooters here use Claybuster wads. I think they are a good value.
     
  7. Ljutic111

    Ljutic111 TS Member

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    I`ve used this wad for many years and never had any plastic build-up in any gun nor do I see any in any other club members gun . All I saw in the past was a few photos on this site many months ago .
     
  8. zaob1

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    All I use for 16yd shots....Red dot 18.0 1oz #8, Rem STS or Nitro, Rem 209 primer. The gun never misses, but I do. Just having fun.

    zaob1 - Rick
     
  9. StonewallRacing

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    Just loaded 500 more this morning..... I'm sure they will all shoot fine Tomorrow!

    I have had better luck with this than other 1oz wads. I get great crimps with one once!

    SW
     
  10. ScottEslick

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    Thanks everyone, I am going to give them a try.

    Scott
     
  11. MAL-53

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    Used them for years no problems breakemall!! ML
     
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