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Reloading is one of the few hobbies in which you can create tangible goods. What's more, you can use those goods for own enjoyment. Keep in mind that sometimes your loads may not perform the way you thought. But, because you understand the inner workings of a shotshell, you will be able to make note of what needs to be improved. Once improvements are made, you will see results that will make you proud and astonish your friends. What's more, you get to decide whether to tell your friends what you know or celebrate the selfish luxury of being an "ace". Trust us, neither route is bad!

How to Reload for Better Upland Bird Hunting: Ballistic Products, Inc., 1992.
Pheasant Magic. Ballistic Products, Inc. 1998.
Reloading for Shotgunners Kurt D. Fackler & M.L. McPherson. Krause Publications 1997.

To learn more about handloading your own shotshells contact:
  • Ballistic Products, Inc. - PO Box 293 - Hamel, MN 55340 - or call 888-273-5623 to request a catalog or 763-494-9237 to speak to a reloading expert

Ballistic Products started in 1974 with the invention of the BPD10 10 gauge Classic Pattern Driver wad. Over the past 28 years, we have forged the way for the shotshell reloader. Our philosophy has remained the same through the years. "Do not compromise your performance by putting false economy ahead of quality."

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