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NEED!!! Parking lot load

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by pens1992, Dec 9, 2008.

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  1. pens1992

    pens1992 TS Member

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    Hi, I need a good load for the shootoffs I want a load #6shot 1 1/4 oz going at 1450fps or higher If anyone has a receipe please let me know Thanks Don
     
  2. Shooting Coach

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    If you really think this load will work for you, look at Longshot.
     
  3. Force Break

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    I have tried a lot of recipes over the years and the best is: New Winchester International Pigons 7 1/2s Many a turkey has fallen to these.
     
  4. Ahab

    Ahab Well-Known Member

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    If you are man enough to handle that kind of load:

    Federal hull
    win 209 primer
    37.5 gr Blue Dot
    RP12 wad
    1 1/4 oz #6s or #4s
     
  5. Cardude

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    fed paper hull cb114 wad- 1 1/14 4 or 6 shot with a 39 bushing of herco that my freind will breck'em
     
  6. halfmile

    halfmile Well-Known Member

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    I like 7625 with a Remington SP12. I think about 32 grains is right. that's a published load.

    HM
     
  7. rennerize

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    Try paper Fed hull Remington RP wad 27.5 grains of 800X with 1.5 ozs of # 6 shot.
    Don
     
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    Federal Paper Hull, 19.5 grains of 4756, Winchester Red Wad, 1 7/8 #4 copper


    Just be sure to lead it a bit...
     
  9. Tripod

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    21/4 ounce of #71/2 shot over an alcan pgs with alcan fiber wad. 58 grains of alcan AL-8. Include a plastic quick sert for shot protection. Oh, by the way that was in my double 31/2" ten guage almost 40 years ago. Kicked the snot right out of you though.
     
  10. djpk69

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    LONGSHOT/UNIQUE/ or PB powders......watch for fliching as ALWAYS. PB is the
    SOFTEST.More of a SHOVE than a PUSH. Remmber TOO...that at that speed there will be LOTS of HOLES in your pattern.
     
  11. Jawhawker

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    pens1992, been shooting these very long?
     
  12. BRGII

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    22 grs Green Dot/REX II, FTL-1 wad, FED 209A primer and 510 grs. hard #7 1/2 1270 fps and deadly as far as you can hit them. BRGII PS Federal Paper hull.
     
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    I have to second Hoosier Daddy on the 32grs of 4756. You could substitue the wad he recommended with a Win F114 in a Federal hull. Another alternative I like is using the same powder charge with a Versalite wad and 1 1/8 of 5's or 6's. I don't believe much is to be gained with more shot.

    Robert
     
  14. Shady Creek

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    You didn't say how far out in the parking lot we are going. I like Blue Dot when we move back or if I'm 4th or 5th shooter. I do pretty well for an old cripple. GOOD LUCK
     
  15. willing

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    Is that a "K" gun you're going to use?

    Bill
     
  16. Frye

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    here's my favorite Annie's... Load. 17.5 grains Clay's powder, Windjammer wad, W209 primer, ounce and an eighth of 7.5 shot. Been pickin' the boomers out of the line for the last year with this little hummers... You don't need anything above 1200FPS for these games. Others will disagree I'm sure. OH!! forgot to mention, I shoot the same load in singles too...
     
  17. darr

    darr Well-Known Member

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    I would give you the perfect load but then wireguy would kill me.It is top secret.

    Darr
     
  18. BIG JIM IN BAKERSFIELD

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    27.5 gr. 800X 1 1/2 oz. of hard #5 shot - Federal hull and Winchester #209. Good for 100 plus yards if put in the right spot. If the wireguy is from San Diego area, I think he has seen this load at work at the Kern County Gun Club. Penn's load is too fast for #6 shot. 5's or 4's would hold together much better.
     
  19. BIG JIM IN BAKERSFIELD

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    OOPPS. REMINGTON RP12 WAD.........SORRY. JIM
     
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