What Is the Difference between Shotgun Shells?

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The difference between shotgun shells is measured according to their gauge or the weight of the pure lead balls in the shotgun shells. The measurements are made in fractions of a pound, which means the lead ball of a 12-gauge shotgun weighs 1/12 of a pound. The more common shotgun gauge is the 12-gauge although the 10-gauge shotgun is normally used for hunting.
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I assume you mean the powder loads with 'explosive force'. Most standard, 2.75in 12ga shotgun shells have roughly equal loads. for a bit more punch, go with 3in/Magnum/Turkey loads.
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If you count all the makers that ever made and still make the 410 and all the different types of loads, you would eaisly be at 100 or so.
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1. Remove the spent primer, and resize the brass at the bottom of the shell. As with all stations, it is important to pull the handle of the reloader all the way down, or else it
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I honestly see no difference in performance whatsoever. The super handicap run 50 fps higher velocity they say. It used to be the silver hulls of the super handicap could be reloaded
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