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Hands down, the best hull is (almost unanimously by 10ga loaders’ standards) the Remington hull.

The Winchester black drylok hulls are also really durable for reloads, but their short overall length and melted center that creates a small to moderate sized hole in the crimp is a detractor.

The Remington hulls have been off the market for a while now, so the seldom found Remington factory loads are your best source. I have learned to work with the Cheddite hull, and so long as you are understanding that they only have about a 3 to 5 shot average lifespan, they will work will for you. I will note however that the Gold 10 is pretty harsh on hulls, so if that is your 10ga of choice deduct one load on average out of that lifespan. Your mileage may vary.
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