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new CB6100 wads for 1 oz. look good

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  1. new loader

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    Loaded 200 new CB6100 for 1oz tonight and they look like good wads. Feel more substantial, not flimsly. No folded over petals either. This is a brand new wad they came out with just in time for Sparta.
     
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    New loader what hulls are you using also what powder? Thanks Jerry
     
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    These particular wads are for straight hulls. (Federal Top Guns, Estate, some imports). They have another new 1 oz for AA & Remington, but not sure of the name for that. I use 700X powder.
     
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    The green is for Federal 1 oz. and the pink is for Federal 1-1/8 oz. Both wads brand new this month. Earlier post I was mistaken when I said other new hull was for AA & Remington. Both new wads are for Federal style hulls.

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    <I>"Loaded 200 new CB6100 for 1oz tonight and they look like good wads. Feel more substantial, not flimsly. No folded over petals either."</I>

    That's the main reason I won't use CB wads. Too much plastic, petals are way too stiff. I loaded some card shoot shells with CB White 8 wads and the wads blew holes in the cards at 28 yards. I don't want wads going that far because they hang onto the shot too long.

    Andy
     
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    Both of those wads resemble the AA wads. Looks good to me, slicker type of plastic material maybe? Hap
     
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