SSW Short Shell Wad 12ga (250/bag)
The SSW is a short wad with a compact cushion section. It is great for short-chamber loads and for high capacity loads in longer shotshells.
With the right loads, fine shotguns can pack a punch. We have great loads for short-length cartridges (2-1/4" and 2-1/2") using common hulls and powders. We have designed certain loads with the SSW that operate with low pressures and low recoil for fine old guns (and fine old shooters).
Try the short loads with the SSW for yourself and enjoy the benefits.
|Part #||1 to 1-1/8oz Sporting||Gauge||Purpose||Capacity||Length||Depth||Bag/Cs Qty.|
|072CS12||Competition Special 22mm||12ga||utility target wad||1 to 1-1/8||1.645||0.848||250/5000|
|072CS12S||Comp Special Short 19mm||12ga||utility target wad||1 to 1-1/4||1.551||0.837||250/5000|
|072SF12||Spitfire 25mm||12ga||utility target wad||1 oz||1.660||0.720||250/5000|
|072SRC||SRC/Zero||12ga||short/mid range||1 to 1-1/16||1.619||0.685||250/5000|
|020Z21||Z21 Trap Commander||12ga||long range||1 to 1-1/8||1.584||0.728||250/5000|
|020HCD21||Helix-Cushion Driver 21||12ga||mid/long range||1 to 1-1/8||1.600||0.740||250/5000|
|020HCD18||Helix-Cushion Driver 18||12ga||dove/field||1-1/8 to 1-3/8||1.480||0.740||250/5000|
|072PISK||Piston Skeet||12ga||crossing target||7/8 to 1-1/8||1.510||0.573||250/2500|
|072SSW||Short Shell Wad||12ga||all-purpose||7/8 to 1-1/8||1.424||0.852||250/5000|
Product Type: Wad, Gualandi cal. 12 Super-G BRG 12mm
Loading Data: see Advantages
Typical Loads: Short chamber loads and heavy loads in 12ga 3"
Made in Italy
|Product ReviewsClick here to review this item|
|SHORT SHELL WADS||3/17/2022|
|Love these wads!I use them for making little 2 and 2.25 shells with roll crimps. Less recoil and perfect for new shooters. The shells just look less intimidating. I cut down hulls that are near the end of their useful life, and then toss them after they are fired. Very useful wads.|
|Black Powder loading||9/4/2019|
|My black powder loads stood too tall for conventional wads in standard length hulls. SSWs were an answer to a prayer.|