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Reminton STS, Gold and Nitro 27

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Robe763, Aug 31, 2009.

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  1. Robe763

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    Are there any big differences as far as reloading between the Remington STS, Gold and Nitro 27 hulls.
     
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    None. HMB
     
  3. Robe763

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    so you could set up for whatever load you are using and load all three hulls the same?

    Thanks
     
  4. Andy44

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    That is CORRECT!

    AndyH ;-)
     
  5. Robe763

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    Are there any big differences as far as reloading between the Remington STS, Gold and Nitro 27 hulls.
     
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    None. HMB
     
  7. Robe763

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    so you could set up for whatever load you are using and load all three hulls the same?

    Thanks
     
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    That is CORRECT!

    AndyH ;-)
     
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    Yes you can load them all the same. I usually load handicap loads in handicap shells and so on only for my own system but otherwise there is no differance.---Matt
     
  10. Robe763

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    Noduck color is the same for both the Gold and the Nitro 27 however you could have said that they all have something different written on the hulls. Think a little further next time...lol
     
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    you can also load the gun clubs the same.


    tony
     
  12. threedeuces

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    Both are very pretty cases. I do like the gold ones better. Just my taste.
     
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    I use Gun Club hulls for my singles loads and STS or Nitro 27 hulls for my handicap loads.

    All the same hull.
     
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    You can also load the black Remington hulls the same and they will load about 12 times or more. You just almost cannot wear the darn old black ones out - you will get tired of them before they are all showing any cracks in the crimp folds. I do not know why the black ones load longer that the gold ones or even the green ones. One exception is if you use PB powder, that stuf will burn up any hull because it is so slow and hot, but is great powder to shoot. the beav
     
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