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F/S Winchester Red AA Hulls F/S

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by powder-em, Dec 1, 2011.

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  1. powder-em

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    I have for sale several thousand red AA hulls, these are not the HS hulls. All in great shape never on the ground. I just have many more than I need. $.04 ea. plus shipping from upstate NY.
     
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    Are these the CF cases or the ones between the CF & HS hulls?
     
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    I will dig them out and try to figure that out tomorrow. Didnt know there were so many different hulls. I just load and shoot. When they are tired throw them away.
     
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    The Cf cases (compression formed) are the original 1 piece case. Winchester then made a change to a 2 piece case much like the HS case but they had a problem with the base wad separating so they designed a retaining groove in the base wad and called them the HS case. So if you look inside the case and can see a separate base wad and there is no HS on the head stamp then they are the ones in between.
     
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