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Old August 7, 2012, 02:59 PM   #7
oneounceload
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I wonder what might happen if you were to use two wads - one inserted normally, and then a second placed upside down over the first to encapsulate the entire payload - might it stay together longer and then finally separate?

Again, for me, I am not seeing any advantage in normal target or hunting where you are trying to hit a flying target - the reason we use shot and not a ball/slug/solid projectile, is because the success rate would be about zero
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