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Unread 11-10-2023, 01:48 PM   #11
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Thank you. I actually have a stash of 7625, it came in same deal the 16 gauge hulls came in
You are One Lucky Man! Here's my recipe, which constitutes 90% of my 16ga. loading. I use the same for rolled paper, or crimped plastic. Either of which are Cheddites:
Trim hulls to 2 1/2", 20grs 7625, SG16 wad, 7/8oz, roll crimped.
16 is the only gauge I don't have a Nick Ross roll crimper for. I use an old time Bridgeport Products tool.
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Thank you

What primer are you using?
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For perspective, this may help. High Velocity loads from the Lyman Shotshell Reloading Handbook, 4th Edition 1998. Note that the pressures are shown in LUP, not modern transducer measurements which would be 10% or so higher. Also note this data for Federal PLASTIC cases with paper base wad and pie crimp. Click once or twice to expand pic.
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Not sure if it helps, Jeff, but here is the info from the Lyman Shotshell Reloading 1st edition. Nothing lower than 1 oz. though.
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Not sure if it helps, Jeff, but here is the info from the Lyman Shotshell Reloading 1st edition. Nothing lower than 1 oz. though.

Wow thank you!

Itís interesting that they are interchangeable. I found some federal plastics that say ( Federal game 2 3/4 70 mm) thatís all on them. Took it apart and itís same base wad. I looked through my dads old book that goes back to early 1980ís, but canít find a load for that shell, or should I say a load calling for a ďfederal gameĒ
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