Shameless Womanizer 57929 Posted November 1, 2014 Share Posted November 1, 2014 What are the advantages of a six, eight, and rolled crimps in shot shells? Spread, range (distance), pressure, (perceived or real)? I know rolled crimps take longer and are faster loading for doubles anyway. Don't try to convert an 8 crimp to a 6 crimp. I got a paper shell stuck in my Lee Load All II. Base of the shell came oft. I ordered a BPI Advantage Shot Shell Manual I can hardly wait to get it. Hey, they on sale now. Crayfish That dogonne Shameless Womanizer Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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