Our line of .410 wads is the most complete in the world. Every shot type and load type is covered by our vast range of .410 wads. Check out our Small Bore Manual for loads of all types, even loads for the Judge and other .410 handguns.What kind of Wad is a MG410?
The MG410 is a relatively short-length wad, but it is built for a variety of payloads. This makes the MG410 an ideal wad for either light loads in 2-1/2" .410 and heavier loads in 3" .410. The reloader may find that not all the shot for the load will fit into the shotcup.What are the wads used for on a boat?
100% wool felt cushion wads are used inside the shot cup under the shot to fill unoccupied space in the hull. Felt wads are used to maintain a full load to ensure a better crimp.What kind of Wad is used for roll crimping?
A stiff, lightweight overshot card wad used over the shot for all roll crimping situations. Also used over the shot in 6 pt. or 8 pt. crimping to improve the final crimp quality without compromising the pattern. This card wad can also be used to hold the shot charge in place in muzzleloaders.