ITX10 6’s

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DagSwane
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ITX10 6’s

Postby DagSwane » Mon Apr 05, 2021 1:26 pm

Has anyone had field experiences, testing, or other info on ITX10 #6’s for ducks and geese in .410 and 28 gauge options?



Dave in AZ
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Re: ITX10 6’s

Postby Dave in AZ » Tue Apr 06, 2021 3:03 pm

Sorry, no 6s. But my 20ga buddy likes itx10 4s. Much more than bismuth 4s. Better patterns, and better field results both. So I'd guess the 6s wouls also be superior to bismuth. Just costly... the fed hw15 stripped from rogers sales was cheaper than itx10!



DagSwane
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Re: ITX10 6’s

Postby DagSwane » Wed Apr 07, 2021 9:04 am

I load ITX10 4’s in 28gauge, planning on getting some 6’s. They do seem to pattern better at distance, even with higher velocity than bismuth. I have the HW15, just looking for options if/when I run out. Those federal shells look to be sold out, and they’ve moved onto 18g/cc TSS.



continental shooter
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Re: ITX10 6’s

Postby continental shooter » Sat May 08, 2021 1:10 pm

hey,

I load 4 for ducks and 2 for geese on my 20 bore and they do the job;

I chose it as it was easy to load and could be loaded with lead components and similar recipes.

you need to get it past the 1350fps to perform better and might need a mylar to help keeping the pattern tight if using lead components; not tested with steel wads so, can't say bt would assume it's higher pressure and tighter patterns.

cheers




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