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Would it be safe to use same load as AAHS hulls. I'm loading 1/2 oz # 9 with 15.4 gr H110 with claybuster win clone wad? Or do I need MG410 wad with Chedite hull? Don't want overpressure with Chedite primer. I know they are Eurotrash but I have 200 to load with no data in lyman manual.
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It's pretty doubtful that everything would fit correctly. 410 is very picky on stack height since the wad has no crush section. When I tried to load Fiocchi 410s there wasn't enough room as the factory wads only have 1/2 length petals.
 

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I tried a couple with win clone wad and can get a good crimp but was concerned about the primer with 15.4 gr H110. Almost same setting as AA HS hulls on my 600 Jr. Sure would make it easy if it was safe pressure wise.
 

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I load both Fiochi and Chedite primed hulls with the CB5050 wad, 14.5 grains H110 and 1/2 oz pit run (reclaimed shot) with no issues
 

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H110 is a Hodgdon powder. Look up loads at the Hodgdon website:
www.hodgdonreloading.com/data/shotgun
You'll find Cheddite loads with Federal and Remington wads, both of which the Claybuster 5050-HS is supposed to be clones of. Yes, your proposed load of 15.4 gr would be safe, well under Hodgdon's listed loads.
 

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Cheddite is an awesome primer. I've loaded about 40k shells in the last two years with not even one misfire. Your recipe looks good enough to try, although, they might be slightly oversized and may require a little more pressure to fit all the way.
 

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Gauge: 410 BoreLead Shot 1/2 oz.
Gauge: 410 BoreLead Shot 1/2 oz.

Manufacturer
Powder
Primer Primer: Small metal cup used to ignite the powder
Wad Wad: The disc used to separate powder from shot

Grs.
Pressure Pressure: The force exerted by burning powder
Vel. (ft/s) Velocity: The speed of the shot in flight
Gauge: 410 BoreLead Shot 1/2 oz.
Manufacturer Hodgdon
Powder H110
Primer Ched. 209
Wad Fed. 410SC
Maximum Load
Grains 15.7
Pressure 8,700 PSI
Velocity (ft/s) 1,200
Gauge: 410 BoreLead Shot 1/2 oz.
Manufacturer Hodgdon
Powder H110
Primer Ched. 209
Wad Fed. 410SC
Maximum Load
Grains 16.0
Pressure 9,900 PSI
Velocity (ft/s) 1,225
Gauge: 410 BoreLead Shot 1/2 oz.
Manufacturer Hodgdon
Powder H110
Primer Ched. 209
Wad Rem. SP410
Maximum Load
Grains 15.5
Pressure 8,800 PSI
Velocity (ft/s) 1,200
Gauge: 410 BoreLead Shot 1/2 oz.
Manufacturer Hodgdon
Powder H110
Primer Ched. 209
Wad Rem. SP410
Maximum Load
Grains 15.7
Pressure 9,800 PSI
Velocity (ft/s) 1,225
 

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Load for correct stack height. The loads above are way under the line for the little shell. The 2 1/2" 410 has a maximum average pressure of 12,500 PSI in factory loads, and occasional higher pressures are allowable. No individual factory shell loaded to SAAMI standards may exceed 14,000 PSI. (Whew!)

I do not suggest hot rodding the little guy, you can get all you need with pressures under SAAMI standards.
 
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