I have reloaded rifle ammo for decades but am new to reloading shotgun shells. From everything I have read, most people are loading for gauges below a 12. I may end up doing that in the future but wanted to ask everyone to post their favorite 12 gauge TSS recipe so I can buy the right components the first time. I am primarily interested in a load for large ducks and wild roosters. If it matters, I am using a SBE3 with 28" barrel and a choke that can handle TSS. Please correct me if I'm wrong but I am under the impression that I can load 1 ounce of #9 for upland and switch to 1 ounce of 7 or 8 if I want to hunt geese - is that okay as long as the weight of the payload is the same or do I need to switch other components of a given recipe? Thanks everybody!