Glow­ing re­views for new loads

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Will Ed­wards and his syn­di­cate (the 5Ts) field-tested the new Lyal­vale Ex­press Supreme Game, Ul­ti­mate Power car­tridge on a shoot day ear­lier this sea­son. Will asked his team a set of ques­tions and, as you can see from the ta­ble be­low, the car­tridge got glow­ing re­views.

Did you feel any ex­ces­sive re­coil? Did you ex­pe­ri­ence any ejec­tion is­sues or mis­fires? And what gun were you us­ing? Would you use this car­tridge again? Did they per­form as well as your cur­rent load?

Any ad­di­tional com­ments?

The team’s re­sponses were as fol­lows:

BILL WINGET No prob­lem, very com­fort­able. No is­sues; 1970’s Brown­ing A1. Yes, good killing power on the high stuff.

Cer­tainly as good as the loads I’ve been us­ing.

NIGEL HOWLETT No ex­ces­sive re­coil. No prob­lems in my Beretta SO6 EELL. Yes, cer­tainly, and I’d buy them again.

Seemed to have bet­ter per­for­mance than my cur­rent load; I liked the low re­coil.

PHILL PARRY None, very smooth. No is­sues with my old English S/S by John Harper. Most cer­tainly use again. & Well as it hap­pens I’ve been us­ing its pre­de­ces­sor load for years, just love it. I sim­ply didn’t think it could be im­proved on!

JOHN RUTLEY No. All worked fine in my best Purdey which has been car­tridge-fussy in the past.

Yes, as I cur­rently use the Ex­press 70 flag­ship model.

To be hon­est, I couldn’t tell the dif­fer­ence.

One thing’s for sure, sev­eral of the good sport­ing birds I con­nected with looked like they were stopped by an in­vis­i­ble wall – su­per stop­ping power.

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