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In this video, Eric discusses the procedure to load 20 bore Paradox found in the German underlever double that was the focus of the video on “Determining an Unknown Caliber Using Cerrosafe.” Stay tuned, we take these loaded rounds to the range for some accuracy testing and shoot the rounds over a Lab Radar chronograph. Much more on the way.

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7 thoughts on “Reloading 20 Bore Paradox

  1. If it were me i would get some 16 gauge brass shells and load them with rifled slugs and then sight them in for 50 yards and keep the 20 bore shooting solid at 100 and that way you have both barrels to work with in the field.

  2. cold bore pattern……..pfft.  you have no inkling of the ‘killing power’ of the round ball to have made the comment you did in relation to conicals……read a bit…..don’t make ignorant comments like that off hand….because you’re wrong.  plain lead round ball is a solid performer….

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