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Does anyone know of a source for 10 bore adaptors to allow cheap clay practice. I contacted Allan Myers years back and he advised going down 2 bores ie to 16 bore but I didn’t take him up on his offer to make them for me. I have now bought a 10 bore and would like to get used to handling it on a few clays. Does any one have any ideas or contacts ? Thanks in advance for any help

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Anyone who is competent with a lathe should be able to make you some up, just need to take the dimensions of your chambers and your average 12bore cartridges.

When I eventually get my own lathe I'll be making up some for my 12bore to use .22 blanks for dog training

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17 hours ago, Konor said:

Does anyone know of a source for 10 bore adaptors to allow cheap clay practice. I contacted Allan Myers years back and he advised going down 2 bores ie to 16 bore but I didn’t take him up on his offer to make them for me. I have now bought a 10 bore and would like to get used to handling it on a few clays. Does any one have any ideas or contacts ? Thanks in advance for any help

Why not reload your own practice cartridges? Easy!

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Thanks for the replies. I have just bought a single barrel 10 and was hoping to use the 16 bore cartridges I have left from a now sold 16 to get used to the tens weight and handling and maybe also get a 20 bore adapter. I think once I get some cases together I would fancy reloading. I don’t expect to go through many cartridges but I think it would be worthwhile.

Is it possible to buy a hand tool loading set for 10 bore that would allow me to reload on a small scale?

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