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Noble Sport Hulls

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Capt.Ron/FL, May 10, 2013.

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  1. Capt.Ron/FL

    Capt.Ron/FL Member

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    Does anyone reload Noble Sport hulls?? If so could you tell me what you are using?? Looking for 1 1/8 and 1oz. My club sell a lot of these and nice clean hulls are everywhere..

    Thanks in advance..

    Ron
     
  2. creek

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    Ron,
    I have attempted reloading 12g and 28g Noble hulls and found that the metal seperates from the plastic after being shot; many of the club members have found the same problem. The plastic generally stays in place and is easy to grab hold of to remove, but a couple of 28g have had to be retrieved mid-way down the barrel.

    John
     
  3. Baber

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    Reloaded 200 last night. I only reload the 12ga . It's the best of the Eurotrash hulls. Suggest you only load on a Mec as it supports the hull baswwad better. Have not had a separation in over 10k of reloads. You must use their primers as they are oversized. Reloading data is available from Zander's the importer. I reload once only.

    T
     
  4. Joe Potosky

    Joe Potosky Well-Known Member

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    Reloading manual:

    http://www.dkgtrading.com/images/nobelsport/loading.pdf
     
  5. acorange

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    I think they load fine. Use any oversize eurotrash primer.
    12S3 wad or copy/18 gr. Red Dot/1 1 1/8 shot makes a fine 2 3/4 dram load.

    12S0 wad or copy/17 to 18 gr. Red Dot makes a good 1oz. load.

    Many have commented on the plastic base wads coming loose but I have not had that problem but I load on Mec loaders.

    Hope this helps...
     
  6. romie

    romie Active Member

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    where do you live . I might have you some hulls.
    Monty
     
  7. Capt.Ron/FL

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    Are Cheddite primers considered oversize??

    Ron
     
  8. Baber

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    Cheddite primers might work. I quit using them years ago because they were easily pierced in my Perazzi and they are French. Also they are French junk oh by the way did I metioned that they are French.

    Tom
     
  9. Kevin Fleming

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    Ron,

    You have to use the NS primers - luckily, they seem to be more readily available right now than any of the others. Fiocci may work also. Tom is right that they crimp pretty good for "trash" hulls, but I have seen the heads come off them. This is not a base wad issue, but rather the ejectors pop the steel base right off the plastic, leaving the empty in the chamber. I have seen this happen in new Noblesports too, so it is not just a reload problem. I like the 7/8 oz payload in these with a Helarco VP wad.

    K
     
  10. Baber

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    I too load the VP05 Wad. Its a great 7/8 oz load.

    Tom
     
  11. Capt.Ron/FL

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    Tom..

    Who are you getting the VP05 wads thru??

    Thanks,

    Ron
     
  12. Baber

    Baber TS Member

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    Balistic Products is the supplier of Vp05 wads and reloading data.
     
  13. gold40

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    For several years I reloaded these hulls, satisfactorily. After 2 or 3 reloadngs, the crimps "got loose." But the hulls were plentiful, so I just reloaded twice, and then discarded.

    One caution....some of the newer batches of Noble LR-1's factory loads separate when fired in semi-autos. They work fine in O/U's. I think this only occurs with certain recent batches. Reportedly Noble will replace any of these recent ahells.

    gold40
     
  14. Ray Collins

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    Will the DR XXL wad work?


    Doc
     
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