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
If load data called for Winchester AA hulls and I didn't have any on hand, no big deal. I simply subbed in the Fiocci hulls of which I had hundreds. If a load called for Cheddite primers and I only had Winchester primers, I assumed it was all pretty
Both the Lyman sabot and Lyman Foster slugs were loaded in recycled Remington Hulls (the sabots were 3-inch loads and the Fosters were 2-3/4-inch loads) and the Lee slugs were loaded into previously fired Winchester 2-3/4-inch AA trap Hulls. I opted
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Looking to buy Winchester AA red 20 gauge hulls. Please PM with quantity and price.
The Winchester Universal really isn't the Polyformed plastic game hulls either. It appears to me to be a sort of hybred of an AA and that Polyformed hull though.
Winchester AA High Strength Once-Fired hulls, 8pt crimp, Gray/Smoke Tube, 100/bg
I wanted to know if there is any difference between the Red AA hulls and the grey. I cannot find a recipe for the grey hulls and wondered if they were the same as the red.