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410 reloading
Discussion regarding the reloading of ammunition and tuning of loads for accuracy
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 11, 2011 1:39 am    Post subject: Re: 410 reloading Reply with quote

i challenge you to put a .20ga in your .12 then load a .12ga shell MAKE SURE THE SAFETY IS ON AND KEEP FINGERS CLEAR and NOT get a servere case of the heebee geebees.
I hunt with my son who uses the .410 to great effect so not having a potential fatality makes sence to me. my single baikal and my brother in laws baikal are 2 3/4" but we havent managed to mix that ammo. so I guess im just paranoid about the .20ga. Another friend of mine did fire a 3" shell in his single baikal 2 3/4" chambered with no repercussions other than a big kick.

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PostPosted: Fri Nov 11, 2011 5:47 am    Post subject: Re: 410 reloading Reply with quote

I understand your point and you're right: better safe than sorry. But on the other hand: I like all these different calibers and most pleasant things come with some danger...

and when you start thinking about what can happen with a little dirt inside your cal 12 barrel...
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 09, 2011 9:22 am    Post subject: Re: 410 reloading Reply with quote

In the words of a famous bot;

Yeah, very interesting news here, and thanks for the sharing your thoughts with us, and love to listen more from you.

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 09, 2011 5:10 pm    Post subject: Re: 410 reloading Reply with quote

Elvis wrote:
i challenge you to put a .20ga in your .12 then load a .12ga shell MAKE SURE THE SAFETY IS ON AND KEEP FINGERS CLEAR and NOT get a servere case of the heebee geebees.
I hunt with my son who uses the .410 to great effect so not having a potential fatality makes sence to me. my single baikal and my brother in laws baikal are 2 3/4" but we havent managed to mix that ammo. so I guess im just paranoid about the .20ga. Another friend of mine did fire a 3" shell in his single baikal 2 3/4" chambered with no repercussions other than a big kick.

I use the 20ga and 12ga shotshells in my reloading course safety brief. When you show a student just how easy it is to load a 20ga shotshell into a 12ga, have the shell move forward and lodge further up into the barrel, look into the action and see nothing (its clear), then rack in a 12ga and pull the trigger. The point gets across very quickly when the pctures of the aftermath of the gun and the shooter are passed around.
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