- Dec 12, 2002
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Now that we have shot this stuff for a little over a month, what do you think? I have my own opinion, I would like to see how it lines up with everyone else's
I found this the other night.I've been looking for load data with Bismuth with no luck. Care to share your source on where to get the shot and data?
Great job ,Kudos to your daughter on her Hunter ed class. On that .410- those pattern erratically. It makes it hard to hit things for a beginner. I found that a youth model 20 gauge works a lot better. Cheaper ammo also and more hunting choices.Yeah my daughter just passed her hunter ed last week, got her license, and will take her out tomorrow for her first time. The price of .410 in the store is a joke. I already hand loaded some lead target loads as a test just with tools I just made. Still trying to find something better to use as a second stage crimp starter. It'll take her a bit of shooting to get better with the small bore and I'm not going to buy that much .410 at $12 or $17 a box when reloads will be -$5 on those little shells.
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