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F/S Spolar Gold 1oz. Wads

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by fssberson, May 2, 2009.

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    Dave: I pay that from Spolar for 5,000 wads. Fred
     
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    I have been using these wads for a few years... AA/Green or Gold Remington hull, 17.4 of Clays powder, 1 oz. of #8 shot, a 1 oz. Spolar Gold wad [four petal], AA primer, a Spolar Gold reloader, = a perfect crimped shell @ about 1200 ft./sec. No shells dished. This is a very good short yardage shell back to about the 21 yard line. After that I use the 1 1/8 Spolar Gold 8 petal wad, 20.0 grains of International powder, 1 1/8 oz. 7.5 shot, AA primer. You may want to check you wad seating and crimp adjustment. Next your powder drops may not be accurate. Now living in CA. about 90 miles from Spolar keeps the shipping down. Fred
     
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    Dave: If I can help... reach me at fssberson@aol.com. Don't sell your wads yet, as this is just such a basic load. The Hogdon recipe calls for 17.1 of Clays. Sorry I can't give you the bushing # for a Mec. Fred
     
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