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Old October 12, 2012, 06:14 AM   #54
Ricklin
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The savings are there

It's important to note that you save a whole bunch more $$$$ in 28 and .410 when you reload.
12 and 20 gauge are a commodity and priced that way. The small gauges are much higher priced, they also take less lead and powder per round.

Savings are substantial, comparatively. And the time spent with the kid............priceless.
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