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"My self-prescribed cure for sore shoulders(s) was... I bought two loaders and one hydraulic pump with a quick-release fitting so I could use one pump for both loaders. If you have never witnessed hydraulic loaders in action, you should. They are a dream to use. I can pump out a perfectly loaded shell about every four seconds. The only motion required is simultaneously inserting a new hull and wad, and then tapping on a foot lever."
Skeet Shooting Review
I've been putting a Spolar Gold Premier .410 through it paces and even a comment like: "This
is the finest reloader I've ever seen, with every desirable feature imaginable", would
still be an understatement. "The Spolar operates so well because (at least one
reason) of its sealed ball bearings and oil-light bushings." "I've reloaded
about 1,000 .410's on the Spolar so far and have never had one primer hang-up."
"The quality is better than anything you've seen to date."
What I seek is a competitive load that I can count on for consistency. I want to know, with out a shadow of doubt, that I have shells which perform the same each and every time. When in the heat of competition, and especially on the shoot-off line, I need, no demand, utmost confidence in the performance of my shell. I choose the reload produced by the SpolarGold. Why? Because when I started shooting SpolarGold reloads my scores went up. And, I noticed that none of my attention was directed to wondering whether or not I had the right shell to get the job done. I sought a soft shooting shell that delivered 1200 FPS, always. After shooting the SpolarGold reloads for several months I had them tested. All of the tests reported between 1200 to 1205 FPS, NOW THAT'S CONSISTENCY! I'm a very happy camper with my SpolarGold, it nailed my objective. Oh, by the way, the SpolarGold is the easiest, fastest, and most maintenance free reloader I've every used.
buy factory shells or to reload,
getting a skeet gun worked on in Phoenix, AZ, the very reputable smith was
talking about how silly it was to reload these days with the cost of components,
reloaders and the TIME investment. Then, recently I went to our local wholesale
dealer for shotshell reloading components and noticed that, YES, PRICES are
increasing. This led me to ponder and start calculating whether the gunsmith was
asked Gil Siu to independently also calculate his reloading costs PER BOX OF 25
SHELLS for the: .410, 28ga, 20ga. and 12ga. skeet loads. Here is a breakdown of
most expensive to reload (least margin of savings) is the 12 ga.. So for
exclusive 12 ga shooters (Trap/Sporting Clays) we believe there is still
incentive to reload, mainly because you can customize your reloads.
In the lower skeet guns (.410/28ga,20ga) there seems to be substantial
I went a step further. I calculated
how many shells I would have to reload to recapture just the cost of the best
reloader made (Spolar Power Load). By averaging all the prices in the above
table, one recaptures the cost of the loader after about 1,700 boxes!!!!
one argues labor. At a conservative pace of 500 rds/hr, I calculated I needed to
pay myself $ 63/hr to equal and
We encourage all clay target shooter to compute their reloading component costs, time commitment, etc. and see if we are correct. We think the skeptics will be surprised.
"I would recommend this loader for anyone that is in the market to purchase, quality, durability, and trouble free operation" By:
NCP Products, Inc.
Machinist, Product Designer - MachOne Shotgun, Shooter
My Dad who is now retired does all the reloading in the family and we currently have two other loaders, a Mec 9000 and a PW. Two years ago while attending the Grand American, Dad spotted the Spolar Gold at your display and told me that I needed to have a look. As a machinist and a product designer I was very impressed with the overall construction of the machine, bearings in all the right places to prevent excessive wear and the primer feeder is the best I've seen. What really sold me on the loader was the ability to remove the shell at any position of the turret. The powder and shot tubes are very easy to load and a snap to empty. Dad now has over 40,000 cycles on the meter and not one problem. He keeps a check on the powder scale and the loader is very accurate and consistent. We both shoot the semi-auto's for sporting clays and the roll at the crimp allows the auto's to cycle with no worries of shells hanging up. I would recommend this loader for anyone that is in the market to purchase, quality, durability, and trouble free operation has to be # 1 when making your selection. Thank you Spolar and as always, good luck and good shooting.
I love this machine. Why did I wait so long?
got my reloader on Friday and got it unpacked and set-up. I was so happy
to have finally got the loader. I have been through several reloaders,
P/W, MEC, and Dillon. Finally made the step that took me to excellence.
is Saturday night, about 8pm (Just in for dinner), I got the Spolar Gold w/hyd. set-up
and started loading at 8am today(We watched video and had breakfast). A
buddy and I started loading, we ran out of primers so he ran home and got his
stash, we ran out of shot and hulls, we made some calls and borrowed
more. After around 2 kegs of powder, a rack of primers and 20 sacks of shot,
we finished approx. 20 cases of shells, we had to stop because we only had
5100 primers. We don't know the exact counts of components because we had some
guys from the gun club bring over what ever they had at home. We started off
to test the reloader and it turned into a marathon. We both learned the
machine intimately, we needed some learning time as we were sloppy in the
beginning (Not the Reloaders fault), but once we got a rythm and got a feel
for the foot controls "It was on" The good news is we now have
enough ammo for the next month. The bad news is that we have to wait 6 weeks
unitil our next order of components come in. We are in
just thought I would share the good news, I love this machine. Why did I wait
so long? Everybody says "You can buy 4 MEC's for the price of one Spolar."
Yeah well, you can keep the 4 MEC's, This Spolar Gold is a work of
I've waited a couple of days to get back to you on the operation of the new Spolar I just started to use, thinking there would probably be some kind of a problem I couldn't handle etc.
I changed the die set over to the 20 ga. to begin with, since this is the most common shell I load. Just finished loading 3000 shells, absolutely the best operating loader I have ever used, and I have gone thru a lot of loaders over the past 35 years, beginning with a Lee hand set, thru Mec, Pacific, PW and others. The attention to detail and follow thru in manufacturing specs for this loader is just outstanding. (Outside of the vendor that makes the 3/8 ports in the 1" manifold head for the hydraulic unit.)
As I told Dicksie on the phone, I loaded about 250 shells using the hand lever, just to get a feel for the machine...then hooked up the hydraulics. I loaded the first 100 shells in 7 1/2 minutes, without really working for speed. My main purpose in getting the hydraulic unit was ease of operation and alleviating my tendinitis, but the smooth flow of the loader in hydraulic operation makes loading easy, fast, and kind of fun again!
Thanks for porducing such a great machine, and feel free to use me for a reference in the Midwest any time!
"This is one of the best loaders I have ever
Carter and Dicksie,
a few primer jams I changed from Noble Sport to
a few powder & shot spills, using my super computer vacuum to clean up the
mess I finally got the rhythm down. I loaded 5 boxes of shells in less than 30
though I have never used another press before I can tell by the way this one
works that it is a dream to operate, my friends all have the big red machines
and I have heard all of their stories about the problems they have and continue
to have, not this one. I even loaded some to those cheap hulls from
know you have heard all of this before but I felt compelled to write anyway. At
first I was Leary about $1700.00 for a loader but I have always been very frugal
with things I buy. I do my research and try to get the best bang for the buck.
This has so much bang my ears ring with delight. It is so ironic that all the
others said I was wasting my money to buy such an expensive loader and at the
same time they had $6000.00 guns hung over their shoulders. I�ll stick to my
Browning�s that shoot just as good and use a loader that work better than
their MEC�s. I look at buying things like buying car tires, in two years you
can buy 3 sets of tires for $950.00 or buy one set of great tires for $1000.00
and get 3 years of use. It�s more up front but it�s better in the long run.
closing I know with out a doubt that I will have many years of press success. I
can�t wait to see Chappie, he was so excited last weekend when I told it was
on it�s way by UPS and I tracked it�s travel across the country. He was the
biggest factor in my purchase, when he told me that he was into six digits on
his with out one major problem I knew I was on the right track.
I wanted to take a brief moment to tell you how much I'm enjoying my
I am very impressed with this machine. So far, I've loaded all of my 20
difficult the 410 is to reload. Even you guys told me to go slow. I changed
the gauges last night and started on the 410's. I could not believe how
smoothly it went. I only have about a thousand hulls, and I loaded all of
them without a single problem. The crimps on the hulls are better than
what I got from the factory. I could not believe that the 410 would go so
This is a really nice machine. I'm glad that I purchased your
By the way Dicksie, I do appreciate your sending me the part that I
I'm going to get back to the 28 gauge in a few days. I will need some
Hope you are having a good week. By the way, the video Manuel is most
In case you haven't already guessed, I'll be happy to be a reference for
"Just a short note on my .410 conversion. Perfect in every way, could sell my reloads for new. You guys sure know how to make reloaders.
Eaton Rapids, Mi
Dicksie, Carter, Michelle and all the Other Fine Folks at Spolar-
I received and installed the hydraulics on my loader on the 24th and loaded a case of shells on Wednesday before going to work. The loader/hydraulics combo is absolutely incredible! Loading is so fast, easy and reliable its an absolute dream. I've got about 5K in once-fired lying around the house and at the rate I'm going, these will probably all be loaded within the week! Running that machine is as much fun as I've ever had standing up with my clothes on!
Thanks for making such an incredible, quality product!
Alan K. Gehrt
bad day on the 11th,please say a prayer.i was interested in buying all three sub gauge dies for my spolar gold. i was wondering if there was a package price if i buy all three.please let me know.ive got about 1300 shells through my loader and it is absolutely the best thing going.for the first time ive run out of all components to make shells.again thanks for a great product and great support from first contact to delivery of my loader.feel free to use any and all of my coments and email to promote a product the sells itself.
Just wanted to tell you that the reloader arrived on Thursday evening a week ago. I immediately took it apart and changed into the 28 gauge. I loaded two boxes by hand and then hooked up the hydraulics and proceeded to load 300 more in short order.
I did all this without seeing the tape and only using the manual which could use some improvement. I know a technical writer if you are interested.
I was very impressed with the beautiful machining and close tolerance that I never enjoyed with my PW's.
That weekend (Friday thru Sunday ) on a part time basis I loaded 1200 more in each gauge. The hydraulic is the only way to go.
I was very impressed with the close tolerances for the powder drops every one I weighed was within tenth of a grain.
My only observation is that the primer tray should be turned 90 degrees so the reloader would take less bench depth.
I have found the quality of my reloads to be very high. In fact, they are much closer than the PW's ever came to being "remanufactured." Apparently PW can only talk the talk.
Its only been two weeks, but with my reloads I have already run a 99 with the 410, a hundred with the 28 and a hundred with my 12. I lent a new shooter a box of 12 's last weekend and he ran his first 25.
Unlike my old PW's, I have plenty of confidence to use them in competition. Something I haven't done in 2 years, especially in the 410 bore.
I am very pleased with the new reloader and am ready for both the Kachina and Old Pueblo later this month. Its definitely going to help my skeet budget this year.
this is Jim Steffen, and I bought my Spolar in Dec, and it is the best piece of
equipment I have ever purchased. I am an auto tech. so I know great workmanship
when I see it. I have really enjoyed reloading with this loader. Way better than
the PW 900 that I had. I broke a couple of petals off of my wad fingers. I have
4,000 rounds on this loader, and maybe the problem is something that I did with
out knowing it. Could you please send me two 12 gauge wad guides. If you still
have my credit card# please use that. If not please let me know.
Thanks again for such a wonderful product. I will be ordering a 20 GA die set
Greetings Spolar Folks. I received my Gold Power Load last week in excellent condition. After unpacking,reading the instructions,watching the vid, and then finally assembling the unit, OH WHAT A JOY!! I thank you for such a quality product. It took a few rounds to get the hang of the loader, which is much different to what I'm accustomed to. Smooth as silk!! It won't be long until I'm doing 600+ shells per hour. Thanks again,
Mike is so pleased he wrote a second letter:
"Hello Spolar family. Spolar Gold
1196 is working beautifully in cranking out
quality ammo! When my son helps me by dropping wads into the guide we
can do 1000 shells per hour!!
That's without a hydraulic unit ( hope to get one
Subject: Greetings from a Spolar Owner.....
Dicksie & Carter,
If you all ever decide to make shotguns, cars or boats with
this type of
Hope you have a great trip!
I certainly have compared the two loaders (Spolar and Dillon SL900) and others besides. Whilst they all appear to reload shells with success, none give consistent results with the speed, ease of operation or quality anywhere near the Spolar. I have also owned other loading equipment, and suffered time consuming, costly and irritating problems.
The difference is in the innovative design and precision built quality of the Spolar, backed up by their superb after sales service. Spolar is a family firm, whose members are shooters and they really care about their product. Every one is tested rigorously before they deliver it to the customer, and you can even specify the recipe you want to use and they will set it up and test it for you so you can start reloading as soon as you have unpacked the machine.
Since the Spolar came on the market, other makers have tried to incorporate some of the design ideas in their machines (for example PW have tried to make their shell removable at each station � and believe me they need it) with limited success. Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.
If you get yourself a Spolar, the biggest problem you will have is finding enough empties to keep it occupied! You will load every shell you have so quickly; you will have more time to go shooting. If your pals find out you have a Spolar, they will be queuing up at your door with empties to �borrow� some time with your new equipment.
I have a Spolar with four gauge changes and a hydraulic drive, and I would not part with it. Gauge changes are a snap � I can do it in about 5 minutes and start reloading a different gauge. If gauge changes are available on other loaders, there are not large numbers of brave souls who try it, many people having bought 4 complete loaders instead. This is not usually reflected in people�s comparison of the price, and then there is the space needed to set up four machines.
The competition, although usually cheaper, just is not in the same league as the Spolar Gold Premier loader, and the time and frustration wasted with the cheap machines in fixing foul-ups and just in their slower operation soon outweighs the cost differential.
I know of at least one US powder manufacturer who has all the machines available to use, but their staff will openly tell you that they prefer the Spolar when assembling trial loads for assessment and research.
Finally, consider the resale value of the loader. I am sure that if I put my loader on the market I would suffer minimal depreciation, whereas the others resell for a fraction of their new price. You rarely see a used Spolar for sale.
I hope this is of help to you.
To Carter and Dixie Spolar:
In November 1999 I purchased Spolar Power Loader Serial #941 from you Company and after waiting patiently (which I am not noted for doing) I received the unit in January 2000. I also received all the gauge changes 12-20-28-410. After setting the machine up and using it for a short while I did notice a problem. The problem as I can best describe it, is why does anyone want to reload without one of these machines. I called Dixie and ordered my second machine, serial #991. Why would anyone want to have a second machine? I���m glad you asked. It takes approximately three to five minutes to make a gauge change and you have just lost that much time of the joy of reloading. In September 2002 I made a trip to San Antonio for the NSCA Nationals and ordered my third machine serial #1320. I spent the last twenty years of my working life rebuilding vintage and WW!! Aircraft, and I am very familiar with quality work and machining. These machines are the epitomes of workmanship and design. I also have a PW Platinum 2000 and a Dillon SL. 900 and have had in the past, Hornady, Pacific, and MEC loaders and while these are good loaders there is no comparison to the Spolars. While a Kia will provide transportation, a Mercedes will also give you a lot more comfort and pleasure. That is the best comparison I can think of to compare other loaders with a Spolar. As of the date machine #941 has loaded 49,554 shells, and machine #991 61,489, machine #1320 11,399. Most of these are 28 and 410. I now embark on another journey in Sept 2003 to San Antonio for the NSCA World shoot, not to shoot, but to maybe order my fourth Spolar. Hats off to a fine organization and extremely nice people.
My Spolargold is great! Next to my shotgun, it�s the best thing I ever bought. No other loader comes close. Have a great day!
Leo E. Vogel
Dear Dicksie and Carter:
As you know the loader arrived last week and I�ve been getting acquainted with it. I�ve now loaded over 1000 shells and it has far exceeded my expectations. The quality and ease of operation is superb. You have addressed all the problems with competitors� products and solved them. I almost look forward to making a mistake, they are so easy to correct! The loader is a great product and will set the standard against which all others will be judged. You should be proud of what you have accomplished.
Very Truly yours,
I�m through 10,000 reloads with your machine. This thing is great. Far surpasses Dillon and PW. And yes, could care less about hull feeder now. Don�t miss it one bit. Have not had a spill in probably 6000 shells now. I showed my buddy who I gave the Dillon to your machine, and he fell in love with it. However, he has a very limited budget and most likely will never get one. He thinks the Dillon is great since he has been using a MEC 650 for a lot of years. Besides AAs, I sent STS-Federal through it and it loads them perfect without any adjustments-period. That�s wonderful.
Dear Carter and Dicksie,
Thank you for the wad fingers. It shows your trust in your customers that you would send a product out without being paid before it is shipped. Enclosed please find a check for the wad fingers.
I wanted to let you know that I love my new reloading press, serial number 1060. I have had several loaders from various manufactures and none of them come close to the quality and trouble free operation of your press.
I can load over 1000 rounds without a malfunction. The only problem I ever have with your press is that the primer will sometimes not dispense properly. This only happens once in a while, averaging about every 2000 rounds. Your primer system is the most trouble free on any press on the market.
Once again, thanks for the great press and customer service.
Jim Meek, ATA Life Member
I own a Spolar Gold Premier.
I love the unit. I have been reloading shotgun shells since 1965. Over the years I have learned many hard lessons about reloading. It should be against the rules for any new comer to start out with what you now sell. They will never be able to appreciate what you have developed for their convenience.
Oh well, lets get to my small problem. The black button on the vibratory has cracked, and will not stay in place. I guess I need a new button. AS you know, without the button in place, the unit will not vibrate. Would you send me that part ASAP.
Hello and thank you!
This is Brian here in Mississippi. The new reloader arrived in good shape. Your
packers know their business. The outer box had received some pretty obvious
rough treatment, but everything inside was perfect. I took my time and set
everything up and loaded just a couple of boxes last night to get the feel of it
and to pattern test the loads today. I have to say I am impressed. Flawless
function and precision I never dreamed existed in a reloader. I was surprised
when I got a package yesterday with the Allen wrenches in it. I just thought
somebody had forgotten to put them in the box. This is the third time you have
shocked me with your outstanding level of service. When money allows I will be
back for the hydraulic unit. It is pure pleasure to do business with such great
folks. Thank you and good shooting.
of course you can use my letter. Stuff you might want to know for anyone
wondering if I have any idea of what I am talking about or not. I have shot
skeet for nine years. Have shot my way into AA and AAA across the board.
Tennessee 2002 HAA and 410 State Champion. 2002 All State team. I only mention
it to show that I do have a certain amount of experience with shotshells.
Your machine and your company have put the joy back into reloading for me. Thank
years ago, I purchased Spolar loader # 976, and have used it with a great deal
of satisfaction. It is the best loader I have ever used. (In fact, I have worn
out several of your competitor�s loaders). To date, I have loaded over 30,000
rounds with my Gold Premier, and I can truthfully say that the loader is only
getting better with age�The Spolar Gold Premier is the best loader I have ever
name is Bob Larsen and I purchased a loader, bench and hydraulic unit back in
March or April. Just wanted to tell you it is working perfectly and the only
problem I have is I wonder why I took so long to buy this setup. It is
everything you say and more. My friend and I bought several thousand once
fired STS hulls and loaded them up. I doubt I will ever buy another as I doubt
like hell I will live long enough to wear it out. This may be the best
investment I ever made.
Don here again. Just wanted to drop a line to tell you the
best is still
& Carter -
p.s. It helped me make All American again. I prefer my reloads for Competition (well..maybe a few factory 410s on occasion).......in spite of others advice against "reloads".
is a repeat NSSA All American)
I have had my Spolar Gold for about three months now and have loaded @ 5,000 shells. This machine is an absolute dream to use. I ordered this machine based on the testimonials of other owners and never had the opportunity to see one in person. This machine, and the Spolar�s live up to everything you will read about it. I reload not only to keep the cost of shooting down but because I enjoy the hobby of reloading. This machine, compared to other machines I have used is rock solid and loads perfect shells with ease. All of the little frustrations of reloading like jamming, spilling shot or powder, going out of adjustment is completely gone with this machine. I have made slight adjustments to my crimps and the one thing I noticed is this machine accepts minute adjustments that are noticeable and holds them! This machine has no flexure so every slight adjustment holds true shell after shell forever. At first I was having trouble with a cheap brand of wad and called Carter and Dicksie for assistance. I couldn't believe the customer service they gave me. Carter walked me through everything and even sent me some of his wads to try. The problem, which was not at all the fault of the machine is now resolved. The customer service offered by Carter and Dicksie is absolutely beyond words. This machine in the world of reloaders is like a Kreighoff or Kolar to shotguns. It is a machine that will last a lifetime and will be handed down to my son when I am done with it, just like a fine gun. If you figure anything for a "service life" this machine is actually cheaper than other machines on the market that you will wear out and have to replace, or if you just enjoy owning the finer things in life this machine is for you. The Spolar Gold and the Spolar�s are as good as it gets. Thanks for a machine that puts the fun back into the hobby of reloading.
You know what we say... "An evening without Spolar is an evening
think I hold a unique spot in Spolar Gold history. I am most likely the only
owner to ever have to replace my Spolar Gold Reloader. They are indeed strong
machines, but considering that hurricane Katrina took the whole house the
reloader didn't have a chance. I think a dolphin is using it now in the gulf.
I have about 10,000 rounds through the new one now and I am very pleased with
it. Even the usually hateful little 410 loads smooth and easy. When I had to
replace my Spolar Gold, I knew nothing would do except another one just like
more I pull the handle the more I love this thing!!!!!!!!!
me a very satisfied customer!!!!!!!!!
always I appreciate your support and recommendations. How much are the two
sets 28 and 20 and the caddy. I will send you a check as soon as you let me know
and/or can call you to charge it to my credit card.
the way I recommended SpolarGold to a good friend Mr. �� and I believe
he has already ordered his Spolar. He was really impressed with my
reloads...Again there are not words to describe how satisfy I am with the
SpolarGold. After reloading 6+ K shells with the MEC I was frustrated now I
really enjoy reloading and always look forward to the time I have to reload.
Wanted to drop a line and say we are really enjoying the reloader.
Last weekend I gave some reloads (24 gr international loads
I wouldn't mind a bit, anything I can do to help you sell loaders I�ve done
and will continue to do. I�ve had Mec, Hornady, and PW all were fair
loaders and did a good job, however I wouldn�t trade my Spolar for all the
above. It�s just that much better! Period���. Now and
then you find a product that is worth every nickel you pay for it. You
have that product.
Dicksie and Carter, just a quick note to inform you that SPOLAR S/N 1 is still
chugging right along, spitting out reload after reload. I am proud to
inform you that the reloads just keep getting better. Last month, my
Dicksie and Carter,
finally met Carter at the World Skeet Championships in
Just a little note from Sacramento to tell you that my loader is
doing very well after 11,000 rounds through the machine in less than
a year old. Keep her cleaned and oiled...no problems. Seriously into
shooting sporting clays and use the loader to make my own high speed
loads. My machine will load most anything -- AA, Remington, Federal
and Fiochi. Prefer Remington STS and Nitros but anything will do in a
Hope all is well with you and the pressure of running a business and
caring for aging parents is not getting you down. Been there and you
have my sincerest empathy. Hope someday to personally meet you and
Carter. Until then I am.....
Larry Valterza # 1762
I know I keep praising the press, which it abmirley deserves, but your
customer services and response time is just second to none and just not found
these days. I try to manage my employers business the same way. Our country
would not be in half the trama it is today if people cared and was as
passionate about business and product as you and your company is!!! Thanks so
much for the info. Was not surprised about the wad situation, but hearing it
from the experts makes it easier to manage. Please send me the 272 bushing at
your convience. I believe you have my billing info and cd number. If not, just
let me know.
Thanks and you are the best,
PS Still can't believe you answered so quickly. WOW!!!!
reloads are more than perfect. It is superior to anything you can buy, simply
because the machine is so infinitely variable. Trust me, we have zee absolutely
best reloads ever, thanks to our machines. I will never ever shoot anything else
in my guns but my reloads.
shot is perfectly matched to the wad, weight, seating depth etc. It is simply a
case where the shell is held tight by the crimp starter and then drops back as
the bottom assembly plate is pulled down. It shakes out one or two pellets every
now and then. Nothing serious but slightly irritating.
can send me the list of 5 items as below. (I wish there was something else, but
nothing breaks on this bloody machine!!)
6-Off x 6-way plastic crimp start
for 12 gauge and
physical address is
NEW LOADER ARRIVED YESTERDAY. IT IS A TRUE WORK OF ART. IT LOOKS GREAT AND WORKS
�GREATER�. THANK YOU FOR HELPING ME . I WATCHED THE VIDEO & READ THE
MANUAL AND IT IS OPERATING PREFECTLY. I LOOK FORWARD TO A LONG RELATIONSHIP WITH
own loader #1866 that I got from you in 2005, it is the best loader I have ever
used! I LOVE it!! If there is ever a Fire at my house I will save the dogs, my
wife and the Spolar!
set it up for 1 1/8oz 12 gauge I am dropping 17.5 Red Dot using a Win209
and a Remington Fig8 Loading mostly STS or Gun Clubs.
would like to know if you have a recommendation for a 1oz and a 7/8 oz load. It
will need to cycle an 1100 Remington.
help is greatly appreciated.