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Hull Super Fast

Discussion in 'Shotguns (SGC)' started by GAUGE, Nov 20, 2020.

  1. GAUGE

    GAUGE Engaging Member

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    Anyone tried them 29 grm just bought a slab but not shot any yet
     
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    Each gun a choke will behave a little different but for what it's worth i think they are a cracking cartridge. I found the surprisingly soft through my old 686 despite the 'superfast' bit.
     
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    I like them,soft to shoot,clean in the barrel and cheap,all good.
     
  4. GAUGE

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    Ok will find out tomorrow on the pigeons as they have started on the rape
     
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    Only used the 27 version, but found them very nice in my Cynergy and 525SL

    Bob
     
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    No1 choice of cartridge.
    No2 Lyalvale Express English Sporting.
     
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    in what size shot?
     
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    6s for pigeon
     
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    used em in 71/2's but prefer lyalvale
     
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    One of my shooting buddies swears by the 27 gram version in his Evo.
     
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    I've been using the 27 grams for clays for a few years, I rate them very highly but they are a bit punchy. Looking at the specs the 29 gram 6's are a bit slower so may be a bit softer. If they're made to the same standard I doubt you'll have any problems with them.
     
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    they're certainly up to the job, I'm sure you'll do well on the pigeons with them, as has been said, their 27 gram clay version certainly punch above their weight. :thumb:
     
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    Why the 29gram? The 27g will flatten pigeon to good range.
    Yes they are very good game carts.
     
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    The difference between the 27gr 7.5’s to the 29gr 6’s seems to be approximately £15:00 a slab, or £15:00 for 500gr’s of extra lead.
    27gr 7.5’s certainly do as Figgy says knock Pigeons out of the sky cleanly.
     
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    I'd save the £60.00 a thousand for an extra slab of 27g superfast.
     
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    I found superfast quite unpleasant to shoot, harsh recoil, I use fairly lightweight guns for rough shooting and soon binned superfast in favour of Imperial game and Gamebore Regals, much smoother and pleasurable to shoot.

    Used the last of mine up in semi auto as you can't tell the difference in those.
     
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    @Airwolf1, I have to agree some do find superfast punchy to shoot.
    Depends how your body perceives recoil, mine don't like a fast slap type of recoil, too many injuries to shoulder and neck over the years, my joints and stuff don't move as well as they once did. I prefer more if a shove, heave type of recoil. Gives my joints time to move with the recoil.
    Lots of semi auto don't do well with superfast as they're not heavy on recoil.
    The carts you prefer are a slower burning game cart, quite low recoil and developed for lighter and older guns.
    The 26g imperials are nice to shoot in a sxs, I still have a few boxes.
    Another very nice cart is lyalvale 25g 6 or 7 shot traditional game, in a green cartridge case, the two I've listed are what I shot out of a late 1800's Damascus sxs on game.
     

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