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Versalite / Win AA Problem

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Bob_K, Jul 6, 2010.

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  1. Bob_K

    Bob_K Well-Known Member

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    The base wad of the AA HS hull forms a lip on the inside that the wad is catching on. Increasing the wad seating pressure usually solves the problem.
     
  2. 4th. down

    4th. down Active Member

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    Best with a Rem. hull IMHO. Not worth the hassel with AA. Same with DRXL-1 neon green.
     
  3. peavine

    peavine TS Member

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    Enduro, I encoutered a similar problem with the xl-1 in AA's. I talked to Kevin (from Downrange) about what was going on. He said the wad seating station was set too deep. Told me to raise the ram so the wad was pushed down to the powder, but not to indicate any wad pressure. This cured the wads from creeping up. Best of luck, Jonathan Taylor
     
  4. Quack Shot

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    Wads used for the AA hulls should have a slight bevel/chamfer on the outside edge of the overpowder cup AND have small molded channels for venting around the outside of the overpowder cup. The Versalites I have do not have this design, so they will sometimes give a little trouble in the AA hulls. I use them mostly in the Remington hulls. Sometimes holding the handle down for an extra second or two might help. There are several Downrange wads that I do not regularly use in the Win AA hulls for that reason.
     
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