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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 07-20-2010, 09:51 AM Thread Starter
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I know this has probably been asked before so I looked but couldn't find what I was looking for. I'm looking for a reloading manual that has data/instructions for loading brass shot shells. Particularly 410. If you have one that does I'd like name and edition.

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post #2 of 23 (permalink) Old 07-20-2010, 01:48 PM
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no known data that i am aware of on it but 8.5 gr lil gun works in mine

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Charlie, Ballistic Products Inc. has a little info on brass shotshell loading, mainly for black powder. The July issue of "Handloader" is supposed to have an article on brass shotshell loading. I use .444 brass and load with a standard shot wad and what ever reloading data I have for 2 1/2" shells. I don't think you get as much pressure since you have no crimp to hold it and the wad fits tight only at the bottom of the shell. Good luck, JamesIII
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www.endtimesreport.com Miles Stairs website ,I use anealed 303 British brass fireformed and will last longer than me.Handloader was 2 part June and July covering load data and components of the type brass you are useing and you might be able to find a copy at Wally World (Walmart) I use Win.wads but made a punch to cut my own also.I got with Miles several times and shared a load useing splitshot crimped on monofiliment 80 # test fishing line and he had never heard of it and posted it there on his website,he sells load book for the formed brass such as mine but gives some data but not much.My Dad taught me the fishingline trick and must be something old done years ago.Shot a Turkey with one and took his head clean off,the line kind of slices and dices and preforms well for long shots and you should weigh it out(I do) line and splitshot, the round kind not the removeable kind.should find your datta there at those 2 places,Magazine and website.
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Here's a pic: Standard .410s. A Magtech brass hull and two hulls formed from .303 British brass.

Remember that standard .410 components are too small to use in Magtech hulls.
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Having just obtained my first .410 I find this interesting. Has anyone ever tried .444 Marlin brass? It seems a closer fit than .303 British.

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Rusty,

PM me your email address and I can send you scans of the Handloader article pages.

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Rustyinfla,
The 444 marlin is a close fit but you have to watch the rim. with some firearms the 444 case will slip under the extractor and the rim may be to thick to close the action.
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Thanks Ricky, I'll keep an eye out for that if I ever go that route. As it is now I don't have any .444 brass. I have a box of Magtech and a box of 9.3X74R I'm going to blow out and use. I might try the .444 brass if I ever come across someone that doesn't need their brass.

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