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info on wad?

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by straighttrapshooter100, Mar 5, 2007.

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  1. straighttrapshooter100

    straighttrapshooter100 TS Member

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    i am useing win waa12sl 1 oz. wad and the way shoot has been going i want to use 7/8 oz. but the win waa12l 7/8oz. only comes in 250 cont bags. what i need to know is can you use waa 12sl with 7/8 oz.
     
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    straighttrapshooter100 TS Member

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    i am useing win waa12sl 1 oz. wad and the way shoot has been going i want to use 7/8 oz. but the win waa12l 7/8oz. only comes in 250 cont bags. what i need to know is can you use waa 12sl with 7/8 oz.
     
  3. james huffington

    james huffington TS Member

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    yes you can, you might get a slight concave crimp, a lot depends on which hull you using, AA having a little less room than sts. smokum, Big Jim
     
  4. BDodd

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    You certainly could, especially with a real bulky powder filling up some of the space the light shot load leaves. But, it's been my experience that the Claybuster, 500 to a bag, copy of the WW12L works just great.....Bob Dodd
     
  5. GordonWood421

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    If you have to go to another wad , the Downrange XXL series has been a pleasant surprise for me --- The XXL-1 is best suited for Federal style cases but will work with a 7/8 oz load in STS/NITRO hulls but is tight due to the anti-migration ridges on the gas seal . The XXL-7/8 is terrific in STS/NITROs but very "sloppy" fitting in the more voluminous reifenhauser hulls .

    Charlie
     
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