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Claybuster Wads website

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by grumpyduck, Mar 7, 2009.

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  1. grumpyduck

    grumpyduck TS Member

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    http://www.claybusterwads.com/

    Went to their site and found it has been totally revamped! Descriptions & photo's of wads as well as load info. Check it out!
     
  2. locdoc

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    Let's make it clickable.

    Doug Whiton, P/W dealer/dist
     
  3. X2 fan

    X2 fan Active Member

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    I'd be afraid to even go to their website. Even that would likely foul up my barrel.

    Tim
     
  4. grumpyduck

    grumpyduck TS Member

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    Doug - thanks for making the link work.
     
  5. BDodd

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    I wonder if it will ever occur to those that claim excess plastic build up with CB wads to ever think it could be their equipment. I've gone to and from and back to CB wads since their inception in the late 70s. I've given credit that they were the first to really keep the cost of wads down to a reasonable level and I've often chosen to reward them for that. My guns have never loaded up with plastic with any wad more than the next. Could it be that my success with wads of any name is only because I spend 30 seconds with a Tico Tool when breaking down guns?....breakemall....Bob Dodd
     
  6. Tripod

    Tripod Well-Known Member

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    I agree Bob. My 1100 fixed full choke never did foul with plastic although my invector plus choke tubes did.
     
  7. Guard Rail

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    Bob,

    I am glad someone finally came on here and took up for these guys. You stated what I have been thinking for a long time.

    Good Luck,

    BK
     
  8. kmcampbe

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    All I shoot is Claybuster Wads and have never had a problem with any fouling in the gun... Claybuster offers a great product for a great price.
     
  9. Rem870TB

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    "All I shoot is Claybuster Wads and have never had a problem with any fouling in the gun... Claybuster offers a great product for a great price."

    That has been my experience, too.
     
  10. bolt-action

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    "All I shoot is Claybuster Wads and have never had a problem with any fouling in the gun... Claybuster offers a great product for a great price."

    This has also been my experience. I have shot Remingtons and Brownings (a lot) with fixed full chokes and have never experienced any plastic buildup with routine cleanings. 99% of the people I know who reload shoot Claybuster Wads and I have never heard a single complaint from any of them about their performance.

    To the people at ClayBuster Wads - Great Job and Keep Up the Good Work!
     
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