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Green dot load (1 1/8)

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by berta686, Apr 24, 2010.

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  1. berta686

    berta686 TS Member

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    Does any one have a good walk load for green dot 1 1/8 around 1200 to 1230 f.p.s using windjammers and fed. gold med. paper or plas.

    Thanks
    Neil McClain
     
  2. waverider

    waverider Well-Known Member

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    What is a "walk load"???
     
  3. chazbodazz

    chazbodazz Member

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    23 gr green dot, fed 209a primer, windjammer wad and fed paper. For plastic gold medal hulls you need to check an Alliant manual. I loaded thousands of the paper recipe for buddy shoots and they are LETHAL> Charlie Gallagher
     
  4. Remstar311

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    I use 21.5 grs.
     
  5. pheasantmaster

    pheasantmaster Well-Known Member

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    Eliminate use of windjammer if you want a good walkload. I recommend a real 12S3. Use a win. 209 and I like 20.5 gr but you need to verify load prior to assembly for your safety.
     
  6. oskerspap12

    oskerspap12 Active Member

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    Howdy all,
    Heres one for you..........at least I like it.
    Any shell green or gold(Rems),20.5 grs. of GD,DR-Versalites(spelling?),Cheddite 209,1 1/8 oz. of hard 7.5 or 8s......Vel = 1210-1220 fps.
    Patterns great in my gun,and crushes birds,if I do my part.(which isn't as often as I like).
    Smoke em all.........D.P.Reynolds

    P.S. Sorry about this load having nothing to do about the question that was first posted(Feds & Windjammers).
     
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