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Loading 28g full length brass shells.
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Old 07-15-2016, 04:26 AM
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Default Loading 28g full length brass shells.

I picked up 50 Magtech 28g full length brass shell's a while ago, & was intending to use them for slug.

Well maybe not just for slug, but unless I win the Lottery, or a rich relative I don't know about dies and leave me millions in his will, shooting slug from my 28's, is probably the closest I shall ever come to owning a double rifle.

So, 3 questions !.

1, Has anyone loaded these for slug or shot ?.

2, Does anyone make a 28g die set in 7/8" x 14, that will fit a standard rifle/pistol reloading press ?.

3, Am I wasting my time, have I wasted my money ?.

Many thanks !.
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