- Shotshell Reloading
- 12 gauge
CLAYBUSTER WAD 12ga 1 to 1-1/8oz (WAA12SL) 500/BAG
For use in 7/8 to 1 oz. trap, skeet or sporting clay loads. Performs best in tapered hulls, Remington or Winchester.
Optimum load is 1 oz.
Featuring Lead-in Taper
Read 10 Reviews - Average Rating: 5 stars
Perfect 1oz wad
By Debra W.
on Apr 07, 2021
These wads are perfect for remington and Winchester 1 Oz loads. Fits snug and we don't have any powder traveling. 1 Oz loads are our favorite to shoot for trap and skeet.
Great Wad Replacement for Factory Wad
By PHIL S.
on Dec 12, 2020
I use nothing but Claybuster wads in my reloads. I reload all the major shot shell manufacturers products. Federal, Remington and Winchester in 12, 16 and 20 gauges. AA’s, Gun Club, Top Gun and Universal Hulls. I get good reloads with good crimps. Plastic fouling has never been an issue. Price is right as well for this component. There's a reason Claybuster has been around since the 70's.
By Fateh B.
on Nov 03, 2020
I used these for 1 oz load and they performed great.
By Raymond K.
on Jul 16, 2020
I chiefly use these in 7/8 oz. in the Gun Club hull with the bulkier powders like Vectan A24 and AS and Alliant Extra-Lite to make stack heights for great crimps.
By Anthony P.
on Jul 14, 2020
consistent performance and construction
wads are never out of round or brittle
Value and performance
By Jay D.
on Jun 07, 2020
My 1 oz. wad for the Remington STS and Winchester AA hulls.
Great Replacement Wads
By Andrew P.
on Feb 03, 2020
I've been using this wad for close to twenty years. I've never had an issue with their performance. My primary load is 1 oz in a Remington Premier hull. Graf & Sons prices are competitive, and you can't beat the flat rate shipping. Highly recommended.
By David F.
on Dec 05, 2019
Works just as well as the Winchester. Twice the amount for the same price.
By Robert S.
on Aug 13, 2019
I can't notice any performance difference between the Winchester wads and these Claybuster clones. The price is much better.
By Nate W.
on Jan 30, 2019
This wad performs better with 7/8 oz in a Win AAHS hull. Not quite enough room for 1 oz.
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