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Unread 07-17-2021, 08:14 PM   #11
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Don't bother. The 9000 with 2 3/4" low pressure loads will be fine.
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Unread 07-18-2021, 06:23 PM   #12
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Don't bother. The 9000 with 2 3/4" low pressure loads will be fine.
Bill: I need a 2.5 setup for some other guns as I do not want to ream their chambers.... always an excuse, right. LOL
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First find some powder. 700X, RD, GD, Promo, E3, Extra Light, Nitro 100, Clay Dot or American Select will all give you low pressure loads with 3/4 or 7/8oz of shot. 1 oz will have slightly higher pressures. I've used all of the above except CD at one time or another with success.
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Claybuster’s website has low pressure loads posted by gauge, if I remember correctly, and load. I have used Claydot exclusively since 7625 went by the wayside, in both 3/4 and 7/8. There are also recipes listed for 700x in 3/4. Both are easy on the gun and shoulder and break clays with authority, as long as I do my part.
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I use 14.2 grains of Alliant Extra-lite under 3/4 oz. Around 6500 to 7000 PSI Sweet load and clean burning. If your on it smokes clays.
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What number are ya all looking at for pressure. It seems there are several views for "approved" Damascus barrels.

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I found this on the inside CB 3/4 ounce label. I'm currently loading Win Lite in AAs. Probably around 5000 psi. I like the 3/4 ounce loads for birds. Using #8, will try some #9 on the next go around.

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I found this on the inside CB 3/4 ounce label. I'm currently loading Win Lite in AAs. Probably around 5000 psi. I like the 3/4 ounce loads for birds. Using #8, will try some #9 on the next go around.
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Chris: I thought Win Ex Lite was discontinued ???? Is there a Win Lite... ????
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will some one please give bruce pete lesters loading info...charlie
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