Remington 12ga Figure-8 wads
see chart below for quantities and sizing
The additional "S" at the end of some Remington wads simply means that the petals are "Stitched." This means that the wads are manufactured with a small piece of plastic holding the petals together - just like our GBP wad series. This feature eliminates wad nesting during the loading process. This is very problematic in automated loading machines. Stiching will not affect the pattern and does not need to be broken before loading - the air resistence with open the wad upon leaving the barrel.
|BP Part #||Mfg.||Mfg. #||Gauge||Color||Capacity||Bag Qty.||Case Qty.|
|030SP10||Remington||SP10||10ga||clear||1-3/8 to 2||250||5000|
|030RFIG8||Remington||Figure 8||12ga||clear||1 to 1-1/8||500||5000|
|030RXP20||Remington||RXP20||20ga||clear||7/8 to 1||500||5000|
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You may be able to save even more with the PT Wad Series. Available in bags of 250 or bulk cases, you'll be saving money every time you pull the trigger. Click on the price below to view PT wads in bags or cases.
Load data: See our Advantages Shotshell Load Encyclopedia.
|Part#||12ga Wads for lead shot||Formerly||Capacity||gauge||length||shot type|
|222PT1205||PT1205 12ga 250/bag||222VP05||3/4 to 1 oz||12ga||1.725||lead|
|222PT1210||PT1210 12ga 250/bag||222VP10||1 to 1-1/8 oz||12ga||lead|
|222PT1232||PT1232 12ga 250/bag||222VP13||1 to 1-1/4 oz||12ga||1.725||lead|
|222PT1215||PT1215 12ga 250/bag||222VP15||1 to 1-1/4 oz||12ga||1.705||lead|
|222PT1220||PT1220 12ga 250/bag||222VP20||1-1/8 to 1-1/4||12ga||1.560||lead|
|Product ReviewsClick here to review this item|
|r fig8 interchangeable with tgt12 &/r rxp 12?||1/26/2015|
|Having difficulty finding fig 8 recipes, but have heard they r interchangeable with tgt12 &/r rxp12? Is this true? For safetys sake! This the only reason I dont rate a 5! Have a 500 bag fig8s.|
|- Ron, LA|
|Remington 12ga Figure-8 wad||1/12/2013|
|These Remington Figure 8 wads are some of my Favrite target/hunting wads. I have Mech loaders , and DO Not trust Any mechine of any type to load each componet in my hulls. I basicly use the mech. to Crimp the finnished hull Only , or I roll crimp from my drill press. I wanta Know ESP: for Sure what the powder and shot weights are on every hull I load , so I use an RCBS Dig, powder mech. to weigh out Every powder And shot drop, and so, don`t rely on the powder or the shot bottels on the equipment to do that part of the loading for me. I load ALL my hulls, 12 and 20 gauge by hand , one componet at a time, including every wad. This fig 8 wad insert`s Real fast by me inserting them myself one @ a time. It take`s me a lot of extra time doing things the way I do them, but I Know pretty much what each of my load will do in all my shotguns . I`m a farely a New shot shell reloader , but been reloading for all my rifles and pistols Most of my life , and injoy the system I have worked up for myself. In fact I don`t trust Most of the reloading equipment I have and use , Except for my Dig. scales , and I rely Hevily, on those scales to do take the Guess work out of All my reloading . I reload for Two reason ,I don`t like or Trust factory ammo, and Two , I can build it the way I want it for my own use. And the Fig.8 wads are a part of my supply inventory.|