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More specifically, I'm interested in loading some Bismuth for duck loads. Any one done it? What kind of hull do you use? How does a game warden look at the loaded cartridge and tell it's loaded with Bismuth?

Used to be a t the beginning of non-tox, they could use a magnet. That was before the shells were marked as they are now.

Do you know who has dedent load data for Bismuth?
 

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Can't help you. The only shotshells I have reloaded where light skeet loads and that was years ago.
 
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I used to help my dad crimp split shot on dental floss for bear repellent when I was growing up in Alaska :gangster: but that was a long time ago
 

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I go through a lot of trap loads, but haven't tried anything like Steel or Bismuth yet.

BTW, thanks for taking time to post the links LD, Usefull, but I'm trying to find out if anyone has first hand expierience with it.

Reckon I could be the G&G guine pig :D
 

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MAX7.62

THE SHOT ON A STRING WAS USED IN THE 40'S AND 50'S UNTIL IT WAS OUTLAWED. WORKED FINE ON DEER AND WOULD CONTROL SPREAD ON ANY TARGET.

DANA
 
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