CSD114 12ga steel wad (250/bag)

CSD114 12ga steel wad (250/bag)
Item Number: 0207114
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CSD114 12ga steel/non-toxic wad unslit (250/bag)                        

The CSD series of wads offer wide array of capacity options along with a revolutionary energy-absorbing cushion system. These multi-capacity, barrel protecting shotcups are designed for steel, tungsten, and large capacity lead field loads.

CSD series wads are available in the following sizes:

  • CSD078 12ga for 7/8 oz. steel
  • CSD100 12ga for 1 oz. steel
  • CSD118 12ga for 1-1/8 oz. steel
  • CSD-35  12ga for 1-1/4 oz. steel
  • CSD114 12ga for 1-1/2 oz. steel
  • CSD16 16ga for 7/8 oz. steel
  • CSD20 20ga for 7/8 oz. steel
  • CSD203 20ga 3" for 1 oz. steel

The CSD wad series combines easy loading with high performance results. CSD wads are not pre-slit. We recommend our Stainless Steel Wad Snips to cut the number of petals best suited for your shooting and intended range.

Loading data for the CSD series may be found here:

Product Type: 12ga wad, field
Specifications: see chart, industry tolerances apply
Applications: Recommended shot sizes #3 and smaller.
Load Data: See
Advantages and Status of Steel manuals for load options.
Volume/Bulk Pricing: Contact our customer service dept.

Made in Italy


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csd114 re review 3/5/2022
Bought a Winchester SX4 shotgun csd114 wads with 3 slits pattern 00 buck great at 55yds my load is 34grs of Bluedot with 16 pellets of my cast 00B in a Cheddite 3.5in hull I get 50percent of the shot in dead center in an area a area little larger than my hand I find slowing the load down improves patterns great wad in this shotgun.
- Dennis Vance, NJ
fits up to 00 buckshot nicely 1/15/2022
I great buckshot patterns at 60yds with any amount of slits in 3.5in shells with 2oz loads out of my Franchi intensity Browning A5 Bertta A350 Xtrema only problem the patterns are always left havent been able to figure out why Tps are the same way but RP12 wads shoot great.
- Dennis Vance, NJ

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