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I have about 50 shells loaded with LS#15 and 421 gns of #1 shot. Based on some other posts I am asking is this is too much shot for the specified wad? If so, can someone point me in to a recipe I can use for #1s? I have SAM wads on hand, along with an assortment of Federal paper base wad, Remington STS and Nitros, and Winchester AA hulls.
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It's fine. Best way to know, of course, is to examine fired wads.
I do find it funny that folks are so concerned about barrel "damage" on a gun youre going to drag through a marsh. Then again, I've never owned a gun worth more then 500 bucks....
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If Kent trusts them for BBB why would you not for #1 or even T?
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I just finished loading LS2 load 6 in 1s not worried in the least. 438 gns. I have done it for years. No issues.
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Rob MacK wrote:I just finished loading LS2 load 6 in 1s not worried in the least. 438 gns. I have done it for years. No issues.
I'm with ya. I use tuwsbl32's for 1 1/4 oz loads. I figure I'll do the gun's moving parts in long before I get to the barrel.
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