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Several weeks ago there was a post that generated a lot of replies about whether a wad rotated. I heard lots of knowledgeable shooters disagreeing back & forth about wad rotation.
I got this link from shotgunworld.com earlier & thought I would share it here with you folks. I'm certainly no expert & often wondered if a wad could rotate.
Take a look at the pic & tell me what you see.

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What we don't know, i-s, is whether each of those photos is the same shot, or rather several shots individually snapped at increasing distances from the muzzle. Until that can be determined, we won't know if this shows wad rotation or not.

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I think the wad does rotate. Ruger once made a Trap gun called Ruger Trap and with this gun they described the barrel has having something like rifling that kept the wad from rotating which was to create better patterns. I like Ruger and I trust them but I don't know if that makes a difference in the pattern.
 

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Here's the link to the original wad rotation thread, started last Novemebr and apparently still being posted to.
 

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After extensive research I have solved the wad rotation mystery. If you shoot in the northern hemishere wads rotate counter clockwise. If you shoot in the southern hemisphere your wad will rotate clock wise. And the speed at which the wad rotates is directly proportional to the distance you are from the equator. HMB
 
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