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Old June 16, 1999, 06:02 PM   #7
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Join Date: October 29, 1998
Location: mid-coast Maine
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When the shells are leaving the loader and entering the magazine they have to make a turn, they don't go straight in, we've talked it over a lot and the best guess is the brass edge hitting the primer, setting off that shell and the others in line ahead of it. Could be a high primer, I don't know, I made up my mind long before we decided as a group to stop using the Tecloader. It made my shotgun stage times slower but I felt much better not looking at a face full of shells.
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