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Re: Multi hull

Postby assateague » Sun Jun 02, 2013 7:01 pm

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Re: Multi hull

Postby Flightstopper » Sun Jun 02, 2013 7:02 pm

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Flightstopper wrote:Until they drop a magnet on it.

magnets are obsolete. Bismuth doesnt attract to magnets nor do a lot of the other shots.


Didn't even think about that. The price automatically excludes them from my thought process.
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Re: Multi hull

Postby jehler » Sun Jun 02, 2013 7:02 pm

All the green hulls I have crut say bismuth on the hulls, we could get away with it until we run across the fed with the magnetometer
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Re: Multi hull

Postby rebelp74 » Sun Jun 02, 2013 7:06 pm

So why not carry a little steel shot in your pocket and stuff a few pellets down the ducks throat?
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Re: Multi hull

Postby BrewGUN » Sun Jun 02, 2013 7:07 pm

jehler wrote:All the green hulls I have crut say bismuth on the hulls, we could get away with it until we run across the fed with the magnetometer

no, the brass says bismuth, the hull has nothing ;)
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Re: Multi hull

Postby jehler » Sun Jun 02, 2013 7:20 pm

BrewGUN wrote:
jehler wrote:All the green hulls I have crut say bismuth on the hulls, we could get away with it until we run across the fed with the magnetometer

no, the brass says bismuth, the hull has nothing ;)
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Re: Multi hull

Postby BrewGUN » Sun Jun 02, 2013 7:25 pm

jehler wrote:
BrewGUN wrote:
jehler wrote:All the green hulls I have crut say bismuth on the hulls, we could get away with it until we run across the fed with the magnetometer

no, the brass says bismuth, the hull has nothing ;)
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Re: Multi hull

Postby dog walker » Sat Jun 29, 2013 1:31 pm

jehler wrote:Cheddite hull with 36 grains of steel, lbc wad and 1 1/4 ounce of shot is my pet load, gives me 1500-1515 and is a few hundred pounds over spec. I shoot them out of a 3.5" gun but jgun has been shooting them out of a 3" gun for years. Of course his 11-87 didn't last to long....

That same load with a win209 and 35 grains of steel powder comes in at 1440-1450 and is a very solid performer


I ran that 36 grain LBC load against RSI 74 the other day in a SBE with a factory mod choke. The Sam 1's yielded higher pattern percentages by about 10% but the LBC pattern was by far superior to the Sam 1's. I didn't chrono the loads but I did last year and the results for the LBC were right on with the 1500 fps mark. They worked great in B and 1's on snows :thumbsup:
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Re: Multi hull

Postby jehler » Sat Jun 29, 2013 1:34 pm

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jehler wrote:Cheddite hull with 36 grains of steel, lbc wad and 1 1/4 ounce of shot is my pet load, gives me 1500-1515 and is a few hundred pounds over spec. I shoot them out of a 3.5" gun but jgun has been shooting them out of a 3" gun for years. Of course his 11-87 didn't last to long....

That same load with a win209 and 35 grains of steel powder comes in at 1440-1450 and is a very solid performer


I ran that 36 grain LBC load against RSI 74 the other day in a SBE with a factory mod choke. The Sam 1's yielded higher pattern percentages by about 10% but the LBC pattern was by far superior to the Sam 1's. I didn't chrono the loads but I did last year and the results for the LBC were right on with the 1500 fps mark. They worked great in B and 1's on snows :thumbsup:
you split the lbc 4 slits or 3? I've been doing three and getting some good long range patterns. Still wonder what the pressure is on that load, was told its just a hair over 11k but would be nice to know. I think flight should send some in for testing
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Re: Multi hull

Postby Flightstopper » Sat Jun 29, 2013 3:46 pm

Why send them in when I have a pressure trace? Seems a little redundant don't ya think??
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Re: Multi hull

Postby jehler » Sat Jun 29, 2013 3:58 pm

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Re: Multi hull

Postby Flightstopper » Sat Jun 29, 2013 5:07 pm

Or is it?
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Re: Multi hull

Postby dog walker » Sat Jun 29, 2013 9:33 pm

Well I had put a list of loads I wanted to test together and that was one of them. I called precision and got a price on sending them, but then the whole sandy hook thing happened so I figured they were busy and I never got around to it. I've been so busy I haven't had a chance to do much myself, the other day when I patterned those it was the first time I sat behind the loader since January.

I slit them 3 times, and I can tell you that wad in a fed BC hull with the BP 1 1/4 oz load patterned in the upper 80's to 90% out of my xtrema. It was averaging 1425fps, but patterned great as well.

I still plan on sending some loads out I just need the time to put them together, pattern and do velocity checks before I send them.
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Re: Multi hull

Postby Flightstopper » Fri Sep 20, 2013 1:04 pm

jehler wrote:Cheddite hull with 36 grains of steel, lbc wad and 1 1/4 ounce of shot is my pet load, gives me 1500-1515 and is a few hundred pounds over spec. I shoot them out of a 3.5" gun but jgun has been shooting them out of a 3" gun for years. Of course his 11-87 didn't last to long....


LBC 43 or 50? Primer?
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Re: Multi hull

Postby NuffDaddy » Fri Sep 20, 2013 1:07 pm

Flightstopper wrote:
jehler wrote:Cheddite hull with 36 grains of steel, lbc wad and 1 1/4 ounce of shot is my pet load, gives me 1500-1515 and is a few hundred pounds over spec. I shoot them out of a 3.5" gun but jgun has been shooting them out of a 3" gun for years. Of course his 11-87 didn't last to long....


LBC 43 or 50? Primer?

I've been shooting this with 35gr powder in a multihull and a ched209 primer and a lbc43 wad at geese all early season and didn't die.
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Re: Multi hull

Postby jehler » Fri Sep 20, 2013 1:56 pm

Lbc 43, 50 is to tall
35 grains of steel with a cheddite 209 is a safe load, I load it with 36 grains and a cci209m and it's hot, I don't shoot it out of 3" guns, but jgun does :)
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Re: Multi hull

Postby Flightstopper » Fri Sep 20, 2013 2:38 pm

jehler wrote:Lbc 43, 50 is to tall
35 grains of steel with a cheddite 209 is a safe load, I load it with 36 grains and a cci209m and it's hot, I don't shoot it out of 3" guns, but jgun does :)


CCI run hottest of all primers, right?
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Re: Multi hull

Postby NuffDaddy » Fri Sep 20, 2013 2:48 pm

What's the differences in primers?? Which ones are the hottest, and which ones are the coldest?
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Re: Multi hull

Postby jehler » Fri Sep 20, 2013 3:14 pm

Flightstopper wrote:
jehler wrote:Lbc 43, 50 is to tall
35 grains of steel with a cheddite 209 is a safe load, I load it with 36 grains and a cci209m and it's hot, I don't shoot it out of 3" guns, but jgun does :)


CCI run hottest of all primers, right?

I know a cci 209m is hotter than a ci 209 but don't know how they compare to others, i know the fed 209a is a hotter one as well
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Re: Multi hull

Postby jehler » Fri Sep 20, 2013 3:16 pm

I also know that a hotter primer doesnt always mean a higher pressure load, its all about the pressure curve, a load can have a longer curve providing more velocity without a "spike" good reading here
http://www.shootingsoftware.com/pressure.htm
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Re: Multi hull

Postby jarbo03 » Sun Jan 05, 2014 11:57 am

Flightstopper wrote:
jehler wrote:Cheddite hull with 36 grains of steel, lbc wad and 1 1/4 ounce of shot is my pet load, gives me 1500-1515 and is a few hundred pounds over spec. I shoot them out of a 3.5" gun but jgun has been shooting them out of a 3" gun for years. Of course his 11-87 didn't last to long....


LBC 43 or 50? Primer?


I loaded these with BB and a LBC50, was a perfect fit.
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