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    I couldn't find any .410 slugs here^, but they do have molds for 12ga slugs advertised.
    You might try calling them and ask.
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    Yes, I use heavy card stock and roll crimp the 444 cases.. Then I write on the card what the shot load consists of.
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    What about using a 45 cal rifle bullet in the shell or in the 45LC case but crimped with the bullet waaaay out of the case?
    Or
    Maybe a 40 cal rifle bullet loaded in a 410 shot cup (like the lee slugs use in 20 and 12 ga)????


    Dammit now I want a Judge. LOL

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    Size the .457 ones down to .452-.453

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    Last edited by reloader64; 06-07-2015 at 08:15 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by reloader64 View Post
    What about using a 45 cal rifle bullet in the shell or in the 45LC case but crimped with the bullet waaaay out of the case?
    Or
    Maybe a 40 cal rifle bullet loaded in a 410 shot cup (like the lee slugs use in 20 and 12 ga)????


    Dammit now I want a Judge. LOL
    if you load a 452 projectile in the 444 case it wont chamber in the judge as it will now be too fat. an extra soft 429 (44) will chamber in the 444 case and may even touch the rifling as it swells being fired. anyine notice that in the winchester 5 pellet 000buck loads that pellets 2, 3, and 4 go from .36 calibre up to .452 when fired and come out with rifling on them? i'm all for experimentation, but any factory 410 slug load will be a poor performer compared to a good 45 colt load. however some long soft heavy high bc projectiles could be fun.
    uh and use a shoy cup as it will expand and stop any blowby and loss of power with an undersize projectile

 

 
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