Here is a few differences I found in the Winchester AA hulls. They are not all built the same anymore. I load each of these differently as to get the best load for each particular hull. With...
Equipment and components needed for basic slug reloading include (from left to right) a shotshell reloading press such as the Lee Load-All, powder, powder funnel, a scale, powder trickler, and powder dipper, slugs, and Winchester AA shotshell hulls.
Winchester AA and Remington STS hulls are the two most common, highest-quality hulls for reloading available today. They have brass heads and durable plastic cases that last for quite a few reloads. You can either buy factory loads and save the hulls
I remember my dad when I carry his Ithaca Model 37 Featherlight. For this 12-gauge, I load Winchester AA hulls with W209 primers, 16.5 grains of Clays, and 1 oz. of No. 7 ½s or 8s in a Ballistic Products CB4100-12B wad. Velocity is 1,125 fps and the
but in a cheaper, less reloadable hull than the AA. The best thing about these new loads is that they now qualify for the excellent AA $2 a box rebate bringing the price down into line with most cheap target loads and leaving you with hulls you can
I still have some of the old Winchester AA 28 gauge hulls , compression formed (non HS hull) and the Claybuster pink wad. For a 1200 fps skeet load how much 20/28 powder would you use.
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Try a magnet on the side of the bases to see if they are steel (magnetic) or brass (non-magnetic). (Not the bottom - primer are magnetic.) Winchester-brand AA-HS 28 ga. hulls use a brass (non-magnetic) base.
The flagship of this line - fits Remington STS and Winchester AA hulls and can also be used for 1 1/8 with Federal Gold Metal hulls.
I am interested in seeing what anyone has for Remmy Gun Club hulls, I had a guy at my club tell me he uses Red dot, windjammer wads and Winchester 209 primers but I haven't found any data to support this claim.