20 gauge TSS patterns

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Sawbones
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20 gauge TSS patterns

Postby Sawbones » Tue Nov 26, 2019 8:26 pm

Finally found this place. I started rolling tss for turkeys a while back thanks to HAL and others. Last few years I have got into 20 gauge for tss for ducks and it’s really addictive. Here’s some of my patterns.....

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Sawbones
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Re: 20 gauge TSS patterns

Postby Sawbones » Tue Nov 26, 2019 8:28 pm

Few more
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paulinkansas
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Re: 20 gauge TSS patterns

Postby paulinkansas » Wed Nov 27, 2019 8:46 am

Do you use anything to catch your pellets? The back of my patterning board is a piece of plywood. It catches all the pellets I pattern. I'm going to cut it up and burn the wood in a charcoal grill to recover the pellets. Probably have $30 worth of shot in that plywood.



Sawbones
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Re: 20 gauge TSS patterns

Postby Sawbones » Wed Nov 27, 2019 8:54 am

Yes all of the tss I shoot is over a trap. It’s the only way I can afford to shoot so many at the pattern board.

I built it for a roll of contractors paper 36” wide x40” or so tall. It’s has 4-5 bed liner mats or floor runners hanging in it and metal back. About 10” deep with a V trough in the bottom to collect shot with a magnet.

At first I was only getting about 80% in the through. But after a ton of shots into the mats more starts to fall out some days I get more than 100% of what was shot that day back.




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