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Old June 16, 2010, 06:09 PM   #12
briandg
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Remember that loading a WC bullet flush is going to almost cut your powder capacity in the case by 1/2. If you load something like a 200 grain wadcutter flush and use a charge intended for that same weight in a normal SWC bullet, you're going to get a very serious pressure spike.

I'd just look for a standard SWC with minimal taper, and you will have, for all practical purposes, a wad cutter.

I cast and shot thousands of wadcutters in .38, and found that the loads weren't any more accurate, and I just didn't like them anyway. wimpy dirty loads.
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