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#1 G O B

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Posted 15 May 2018 - 05:41 PM

The Wife's S-.410 became a jam-o-matic. Buggers steel hulls, mushes plastic ones. On a hunch I bought some Winchester Super X with 5 000 buck, the kind that was made for the Judge" pistols.

SUCCESS this ammo has a heavy roll crimp, one with a large enough radius to enter the breech without getting all buggered up. I had only bought 2 5 round boxes to test, as I was not expecting any

remarkable results, just thought I would give it a try. Now to order a bucking funch more prove the reliability.

 

 Hope this helps. Note that this is an early gun without the adjustable gas system. The throw weight of 5 .360 lead balls cycles this action with authority, but does not feel over gassed at all. 

 

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Posted 15 May 2018 - 06:41 PM

Winchester super X 000 buck is the go to round for a saiga 410 IMO. They will get the job done and never a jam.  






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