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looking for 410 reloads recipes

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by FLIP, Feb 4, 2009.

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  1. FLIP

    FLIP Member

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    Yes I know to use the books and scale, just looking for 410 recipes that fit, so I do not waste time and money on trying all the wads and powders out on the market. will be using Remington and AA hulls new style. witch powder and wad has worked for your loads? Thanks in advance Flip
     
  2. skeezix

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    my recipie is

    AAHS hulls
    Fio 616 primers
    Rem SP410 wads
    219-222 grains lead
    13 gr WC820

    john
     
  3. walnutmaker

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    Been loading AA hulls with the Remington wads Win 209 primers 14.5 grs WW 296 and any size shot 1/2 oz for last 25 years with great results. Never found a better load--unless you want to pop for new shells. The Super Sport Winchesters can't be beat! Phil
     
  4. bigbore613

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    Weigh your shot charge, most important. up to but no more than 10% is legal. I use 2400 , rem wad , win primer in Rem hulls. Straight Win components and 296in the AA. Jeff
     
  5. bigbore613

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    Nice big write up in this months Skeet Review by Ballistician Tom Ceretto on Why not to use 50 year old WC-820 backed up by the powder manufacturers and the military. Like the old "magic" powder, war surplus junk. Jeff
     
  6. FLIP

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    hows lilgun and alliant 410 powders? shows one 410 load with 296
     
  7. Shooting Jack

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    I use 12.7 grains lil gun, Fiocchi 616 primers and Claybuster AAHS wads in my AA and Remington hulls. Have used it for several years but have considered buying some 410 or 296 powder as Lil gun is pretty dirty for me. Jackie B.
     
  8. ivanhoe

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    flip I have never used Alliant 410 but I loaded a lot of Lil'Gun with Rem 209p primers I like the Orange PC wads I always seem to have plenty of room in the shells with them. 12.5 grains of Lil'Gun in AA(the old style as I won't load HS hulls in any gauge.

    Almost the same load in STS hulls except 13.3 Grains of Lil'Gun and a lot less pressure. I will say that Lil'Gun is pretty dirty but I swab out my tubes every time I use them any way so it doesn't matter.

    Bob Lawless
     
  9. Pull & Mark

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    I also like the orange PC wad. It will work in the old and new Win AA's and the Rem STS's as well. For the powder there is nothing better than Hodgdons H110 which is the same as Win. 296, for a few cents less. Win. primers are my choice for all three. You will need to check the powder drops as they vary for all three hulls. I have loaded and shot all three of these loads, and find they are very good. I need #10 (Mec's) bushing for old style hull, #ll bushing for the STS hull. and the #12 bushing for the HS hull. Drops are on Hodgdons website. Good Luck and Break-em all. Jeff
     
  10. Bill Hom

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    I have been loading Winchester AAHS hulls due to case life. I have been using alliant 410 since it came out for skeet. My load is AAHS 2 1/2 hull, winchester 209 primer, 11.9 gr alliant 410, Winchester WW41HS wad and 1/2 oz #8. Chrono average 1228fps from 28" Skeet choke barrel Winchester model 42. So far, have not had any of the bloopers that I had with other loads. For what it's worth it patterns as good as factory AA skeet loads. Bill
     
  11. ronbo142

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    Loading H110, STS Hulls, REM Replacement Wads, and REM Primers. To build a consitent effective .410 load you need to weigh the shot charge. Most MEC Bars do not throw enough shot.

    Also should weigh your shot between bags and brand I have seen significant differences.

    Ronbo
     
  12. timb99

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    WAA HS Hulls

    Win209 Primer

    Remington SP410 wad

    1/2 ounce of shot

    13.3 grains of Hodgdon Lil' Gun

    Some folks prefer H110.
     
  13. wolfram

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    This isn't too original but its the one that works for me;

    2 1/2" WW HS hull
    HS wad
    14.8 g H110 or WW296 (same stuff)
    F209A primer
    1/2 Oz # 81/2 or #9

    Crimps great and case life is very good.
     
  14. cbxchris

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    Been using WC820 for years...never a problem. Know many others who do also.

    I use 14.3 grs of WC820,CB wad,winchester primers and 225 grs of mag 9's. Runs right at 1275 fps.
     
  15. FLIP

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    any powders give a longer hull life ?
     
  16. skeeljc

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    I tried Lil'Gun. Way too dirty and a bit on the loud side.

    You cannot beat Winchester 296 (Hodgdon H110 is same powder and a bit less cost). I like the Remington SP-410 wad for old style and HS Winchester AA's. I use 14.2 grs. H110 in the old style (silver lettering) and 14.5 to 15.5 grs. in the HS hull. Nothing but Winchester 209 primers for me.

    The old style compression molded AA's (silver lettering) have a little less internal volume so you may need to scale the shot charge back a bit to get good crimps.

    Jim Skeel
     
  17. shaner

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    ive used 410 for a while an i like it, lil bit cheaper to buy also , my question is anyone know where to get some old style wads for old style AA hulls??? anyone make a copy of the old ones
     
  18. Pull & Mark

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    shaner, like I said above downrange orange PC wad will work in all three. If you can't find those locally, Claybuster 5050 wad in 410 works the same way. It will work in all three as well. Old style and new style Win.AA's and STS's as well. Good Luck and Break-em all. Jeff
     
  19. halfmile

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    Using Yellow Dusters/H110(296), 15 grains. Jim Dandy load, no problems in 15 years.

    HM
     
  20. shaner

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    thanks pull & mark ill look for them ,
     
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