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Thread: Stevens Tip-up in 14ga

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    Boolit Master
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    Jan 2009
    Goffstown, NH

    Stevens Tip-up in 14ga

    Hello All: I've got several Stevens Tip-up shotguns, all 14ga. I guess 14ga must have been popular in it's day, but I've had no luck finding any 14ga brass shells. I'd like to make a few cases, but sure would like to find an original to copy. Anyone know of a source for original 14gauge brass? Thanks for your help, Dan

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    Boolit Master Box13's Avatar
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    Aug 2008
    Beavercreek Oregon
    These people might possably have some...
    And there might be data on the dimentions here...Robin

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    Here's your 14ga brass right here:


    It runs about 60 bucks per ten, but they are the best brass, and very heavy and will never wear out or have to be resized if you use blackpowder. Get the correct wads from Circle Fly- you will need 14 gauge wads, as the thick hulls take the correct bore size wads. (thin wall hulls like Magtech and vintage hulls take the next gauge up wads)

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