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    Question What's in a Shotgun Cartridge?

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    I think I have just found a new project for when I move
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    Quote Originally Posted by bencasey2001 View Post
    I think I have just found a new project for when I move
    Making your own?
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    Well taking one apart first then sort of take it from there
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    If you want real fun fun with a shotgun, you could try making CUTSHELLS - nice Coach gun in this video
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    Quote Originally Posted by happybonzo View Post
    If you want real fun fun with a shotgun, you could try making CUTSHELLS - nice Coach gun in this video
    Very interesting! - Thanks for sharing.
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    Cheers mate thats a cool link
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    Be careful if you are going to play around like this. Always ere on the side of caution "Cut Shells" were used by the Home Guard during the last unpleasantness but not by the Auxilliers. They were issued with rifled slug.
    Another one worth a try is pouring in candle wax there by creating a solid slug. These were used by Planters during the Malayan Emergency. The effects on the human body were devastating
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    I suppose it is a bit like playing with bullets It will be awhile before I get to do anything new due to moving so I'm just getting ideas at the min
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    There's no need to "play" with bullets. There's so much choice these days and even more if you are a reloader.
    The main problems come when people try for more and more "hot" loads and then burn a barrel out in less than 100 rounds; believe me, I've seen that happen far too often.
    The results that I've had from BARNES in .243 are excellent. Photos to follow when I can dig some out
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    I would say that this poor fox was raddled with Mange as are a lot of the foxes around the Farm.
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