Try 1’s or 2’sI’ve seen this post from you before 3200 man. I’m pleased it has ended up in a thread of mine as well!
I completely agree with you. 465 gns is plenty for realistic distances. I’m just exploring an increased pellet count in the 2 5/8 hulls using #B shot for medium geese so that I can take an occasional 30 yard shot at a mallard or a wigeon. I shoot Greylag and Pinkfooted Geese in a local river valley so need my load optimized for that. About every 15-20 shots there will be a duck passing through so was just trying for a few more pellets. I’ve loaded a bunch of 465gn #B over 32 gns A-Steel and I’ll field test them over the next 5 months when the season starts over here in 2 weeks time. Roll crimping is not on my immediate skills to master list. It’ll come back around for me I’m sure…
we kill large Canada geese routinely with 1450fps steel 2’s. Especially under 40yards.