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Old August 13, 2001, 08:02 PM   #1
Gary H
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Anyone Use Universal in Light 12 Gauge

Haven't found any recipies for Universal in 7/8, or 1.0 oz. 12 gauge with STS hulls. Perhaps this powder is overly slow for these loads, but I have seen a post, or two where someone mentioned using Universal with their 12 gauge loads. Where do I find good recipies for this combination? Have Hogdon's "Freeby" and "Reloading for Shotgunners", but couldn't find a Univeral Clay's load for this combination.
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Old August 14, 2001, 09:12 AM   #2
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It's a tad slow. Universal is usually used in 1-1/8oz-1-1/4oz loads. For 7/8 loads or super handicap, use titewad, regular clays or even tightgroup (hodgdon just came out with new handicap loads for that economical powder) Check 'em out www.hodgdon.com
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Old August 14, 2001, 04:37 PM   #3
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For the lighter loads, give Clays a try, I use it in my 1oz loads. Save the Universal for 1 1/8 oz loads.
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