Charlie has them listed on his website, but really doesn't like to make 20ga unless you want to order at least five or six cases (100 - 120 boxes). Anything less than that doesn't pay for the set-up time involved to change the production line over.Jesse Higgins said:
I use my favorite dove load and substitute millet (bird seed) for lead. I also use environmentally-friendly photodegradable wads.FowlDogs said:Does anyone have a reloading recipe to make your own poppers from spent hulls? I imagine that it would be fairly inexpensive to do.
I received a 20 gauge for my 10th birthday, and so... the purpose would be to allow me to shoot poppers with the gun I have. :wink:Uncle Bill said:
hhlabradors said:I received a 20 gauge for my 10th birthday, and so... the purpose would be to allow me to shoot poppers with the gun I have. :wink:Uncle Bill said:
The 12 gauge was part of the cease-fire negotiations of the War of '04, also know as my divorce. :wink: I don't hunt, don't need a shot gun for anything but this, so if I could avoid putting out that kind of money for what would essentially just be a noise maker, I'd like to just be cheap. :wink:
E-mail Charlie and ask him directly. He has been known to do things for the girls.hhlabradors said:OK, so I either need to buy a LOT of poppers, or I need to get a 12 gauge.
I don't see why a girl can't just have her own way! :wink:
But thanks for the answers, you guys. I appreciate you sharing the knowledge.