TSS 13/16 oz reload data including powder charge for 410

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.410 OU’s and pumps relieve these issues.

I have a Tristar, and knock on wood, it’s been pretty issue free (.410), but 2.5” cycle well. 0.5oz of payload of hw15 have killed some geese.
 

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The little Tri-Star did just under 40 yards today paced. 1/2 oz #10 TSS, DRT, not one step after the shot.
 

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.410 OU’s and pumps relieve these issues.

I have a Tristar, and knock on wood, it’s been pretty issue free (.410), but 2.5” cycle well. 0.5oz of payload of hw15 have killed some geese.
I went home yesterday and loaded the round Dr. Swane suggested as far as the powder charge and type of powder and with lead it worked great so then I switch to TSS and it hung up , what the same payload but it did not cycle , so I look at the hull and a question came to mind why not lead but tungsten . The tungsten sits low in the hull so I put a fiber wad under the cup wad and tried again , it cycle great , I thank the pressure was bulging the hull before the load could get out of the barrel . Maybe .
 

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Dr Swane thanks for the charge information it looks like H110 is the way but I found in the manual a little higher charge and tried it with success. I am a little higher in the charge but not much . I got about three foot ejection on the round .
 

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Fio primer pockets and Ched primers

Give boss a call, not sure if their drilling of holes helped to stop or reduce the blown primers
Dr. Swane the 410 hulls are fiocchi not cheddite and thanks for the information it helped alot , I would not guess H110 would be better choice then LIL Gun because the pressures are normally low but not in this case . The hull stay uniformed and primer did not move.
 

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Dr. Swane the 410 hulls are fiocchi not cheddite and thanks for the information it helped alot , I would not guess H110 would be better choice then LIL Gun because the pressures are normally low but not in this case . The hull stay uniformed and primer did not move.
What’s your overall load data? With the spacers/fiber wads? Have pattern pictures, or chrono?

^^ 3”fio hull/Ched primers?
14gn h110?
TPS Wad
Spacers under shot, 0.75oz tss?
Foam to finish crimp?
 

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3'' fiocchi hull 15.5 grs. H110 1- 1/2 fiberwad in first 1-claybuster CB5050-41HS wad no foam . do not have chrono. lost it have not pattern yet but shooting into a object to stop pellets at 30yds. about 8'' or 9'' circle . I am happy it's cycle. .7 oz TSS for got that part . Lead worked just as well .
 
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3'' fiocchi hull 15.5 grs. H110 1- 1/2 fiberwad in first 1-claybuster CB5050-41HS wad no foam . do not have chrono. lost it have not pattern yet but shooting into a object to stop pellets at 30yds. about 8'' or 9'' circle . I am happy it's cycle. .7 oz TSS for got that part . Lead worked just as well .
Interesting! Are you shooting TSS with a claybuster wad?
 

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