By Dean Weingarten. Arizona — - Ammoland. A friend had it on his table, someone had bought it 50 years or more ago, set it aside, and never used it. The box has some wear around the edges, but all the printing and color is clear. The cartridges are just like new.
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Before shotgun shells that were made from plastic were introduced in , paper had been the most popular material for making shotgun shells. The reason why paper shotgun shells were so popular is because they were much cheaper and a lot easier to make than an all-brass shot gun shell. The paper shells were manufactured using a paper tube that had been impregnated with wax to make them less permeable to moisture. The paper tube was fastened to a brass case head. A gunpowder charge would be placed inside the tube, followed by a wad column. Lead shots or a single lead slug would then be placed on top of the wad column. At the very top, there was an over shot card.
Fowling Piece. Trench gun. Although not yet called a shotgun, the Germans developed the first shotgun-like gun, called the blunderbuss, in the s.
A 12 gauge, 2 inch buckshot load, far left, compared to 2. Photo: Jason Wimbiscus. I am not a high volume handloader. Turning my reloading bench into a miniature manufacturing facility where I spend endless hours performing the repetitive tasks needed to churn out hundreds of cartridges or shotshells strikes me more as a kind of punishment than as a relaxing hobby. For me, the appeal of handloading is not the potential to save money on ammo but the fact that I can create custom loads not commonly available on store shelves tailored to my specific shooting purposes.