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I’ll have to try a pipe cutter. I use a wood dowel with a razor blade tapped into it to trim. They still don’t cone out perfectly even. I found BP brass hulls for $7.99 just haven’t pulled the trigger on them yet.I still have a couple weeks before my season.

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Originally Posted by Tripplebeards
I’ll have to try a pipe cutter. I use a wood dowel with a razor blade tapped into it to trim. They still don’t cone out perfectly even. I found BP brass hulls for $7.99 just haven’t pulled the trigger on them yet.I still have a couple weeks before my season.

Oops, I was unclear, I used to the pipe cutter to get the copper tubing to the length I wanted, stick the 10 gauge hull in the tubing and used a folding razor knife to the trim the hulls to the length I want, not perfect, but comes pretty close.

Or you can buy the hull trimmer from Ballistic Products which works quite well and is much faster: https://www.ballisticproducts.com/Trim-Doctor-II-Shotshell-Case-Tool/productinfo/TRIM2/


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My load is now proven. I dropped a doubled bearded gobbler today around 25 yards, give or take, like Thor’s hammer hit it.

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Here’s where you can get good 10 gauge brass hulls. However, the diamond at the base of the hull was too thick to allow my gun to close so I chucked them in my lathe and removed it. They will last forever.

https://www.trackofthewolf.com/Categories/PartDetail.aspx/139/1/SHOT-SHELL-10-2-58


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What a gorgeous spot to hunt too man

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Originally Posted by GLS
Originally Posted by Joe Wood
Here’s where you can get good 10 gauge brass hulls. However, the diamond at the base of the hull was too thick to allow my gun to close so I chucked them in my lathe and removed it. They will last forever.

https://www.trackofthewolf.com/Categories/PartDetail.aspx/139/1/SHOT-SHELL-10-2-58
On his other thread, I posted the link to RMC's selection and prices. A little more expensive than track of the wolf's, but the primer pocket is for shotgun primers (if that is even a factor in handloading). RMC has had reports from cowboy action shooters in 12 ga. that the shooters have exceeded 3000 reloads per brass hull. That's a lot of turkeys. Gil

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Originally Posted by 67galaxie
What a gorgeous spot to hunt too man

I bought the property about 10 years ago. Worked my butt off and paid it off in four. I use the land exclusively for hunting. Our spring weather came about a good month or so early this year so my woods is already greening up. It prevents long shots as the woods is already filling in with green foliage. It’s gonna be tough for long shots come fourth, fifth, and sixth season. I purchased left over tags to hunt.

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