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Can anyone tell me the weight difference of clay ammo vs steel? I normally shoot 8mm steel but I was thinking of converting to clay.
This must have metal mixed in because it IS definately magnetic ,, I bought this becasue the were out of the baked,they call it "harden" color , and its heavier and magnetic. I had no idea when ordering it was magnetic and heavier. It doesnt last as long as the "harden" terra cotta color ,, it will melt w/ water /rain. but overall better to me. the "harden" is all over the yard from months ago, it never melts and breaks only when it hits a very hard surface. But the magnetic is heavier and better. look on amazon ,,,Does anyone make clay ammo with metal dust mixed in, this would add weight, plus biodegrade back into the soil from where it came from? it would also be magnetic
the stuff I posted will hold onto a ammo magnet lanyardI just got some clay magnetic ammo from Amazon. It was actually advertise as magnetic. It will hold on a magnet ring and holder. It's the same weight as a regular 3/8 clay ammo. On impact it does not leave a mound but shatters. It's not magnetic enough to hold onto the new GZK mag pouches. I'm curious about Shatter Shot. That could be heavier and more magnetic but quite a bit more $$.