Ballistic Product's New 16-Gauge Manual

The new revision also includes a parts and firearms source guide.

Completely updated and expanded in 2010 with gauge comparisons; non-toxic pellet information and applications; maintenance; component profiles; charts; specialized loading tools and gauge specific loading techniques. The 16 Gauge Manual is long recognized as a vital guide for anyone who decides to make the most of this oft-overlooked gauge. The new revision also includes a parts and firearms source guide; an ammo log and all new loads including steel, ITX, lead, Hevi-shot, slugs, 2-1/2", 2-5/8" and master load data. Most complete 16 gauge guide yet! 56 pages.


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