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Old 08-01-2013, 07:45 AM   #1
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Anyone know where to get cheap bulk of this? I found it at wal mart for $10 for 25! No thank you sir. And quick question as well will shooting bird loads in a judge not mess up the rifling?

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Old 08-01-2013, 09:58 AM   #2
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Cheap .410? Sorry. does not exist. Stuff is pricey.

Mess up rifling? No, the shot cup is what contacts the barrel, not the shot. And shot are lead (soft) barrel is steel (hard)

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Cheap .410? Sorry. does not exist. Stuff is pricey.

Mess up rifling? No, the shot cup is what contacts the barrel, not the shot. And shot are lead (soft) barrel is steel (hard)
Shot cup? Not sure what you mean by that exactly.
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Wad/shot cup

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Good pictures! A shot cup is the plastic overpowder wad and cup that the shot sit in. When fired, the cup is driven out of the barrel, opens and drops away within a few feet.

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Good pictures! A shot cup is the plastic overpowder wad and cup that the shot sit in. When fired, the cup is driven out of the barrel, opens and drops away within a few feet.
Oh the wad lol are you a yank? Nah just messing, just never heard it called that. Thank you c3
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