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Thread: Catapult Ammo

  1. #61
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robson Valley View Post
    ......Actually, there's no cause, no reason and no opportunity for me to handle lead as it's contained within the sealed shotgun shells......
    You should try loading your own shells. I think you might find it enjoyable.

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    Reloading? That's the problem. I did try progressive reloading and it was nearly addictive.
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    Hulls and wads and primers and shot and powder are all sold in miss-matched quantities.
    I worked it out: to have loaded shells and no supplies left over at all, 5,000 shells or more.
    I was no big-time shooter. Maybe 20 flats, tops, per year for trap. Only once was 10,000 rounds of .22cal in a year.

    For big bore, I found a paraplegic vet to hand load for me for 7mm/.308 IHMSA pistol.

    I suppose you could melt old wheel balancing weights and use a ball mold for catapult ammo?
    What? .45 cal or .50 cal??

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