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So i screwed up the crimp on on of my shot loads for my 12 ga pump,so i had an idea. Replace the shot with hot glue. i filled the shot cup with hot glue for my initial test. i left teh powder load in the shell. IT is awesome!!1 I am thinking for my glue slug, it will probably need some powder, but not a full load. i was thinking a few grains of clay should do it.. i am also going to the craft sotre and get some beads or something to simulate buck. What do you think???
 

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So i screwed up the crimp on on of my shot loads for my 12 ga pump,so i had an idea. Replace the shot with hot glue. i filled the shot cup with hot glue for my initial test. i left teh powder load in the shell. IT is awesome!!1 I am thinking for my glue slug, it will probably need some powder, but not a full load. i was thinking a few grains of clay should do it.. i am also going to the craft sotre and get some beads or something to simulate buck. What do you think???
Sounds like fun! I shoot glue sticks out of my muzzleloader in the back yard. I used sabots, at first. Until I got the idea of wrapping paper tape around the glue stick to take it from .45 to .50. Then I just cut it in sections with a garden shear. I have used air soft BBs as bird shot. That is pretty cool to! Though I do get a pretty funky pattern from the rifled barrel.
 
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