Really dude? Shooting bismuth is just as easy as lead without any of the toxicity. I used to be anti-non toxic shot until the late nineties when hunting Reel Foot Lake in TN something really cool happened. I Dropped a big greenhead right in front of the blind. Just before we could pick him up a beautiful female Bald Eagle dropped in and picked him up out of the water. Just 40 yards in front of us. She took my bird to the opposite bank and began to eat the breast out of it. I was glad I was shooting bismuth 4's as that was 1997 and they had just been approved the year prior for waterfowl hunting. After that I have never bitched about having to shoot non toxic shot.If I can't put lead in my BP shotgun, I use a UGH! pump gun. Just don't seem tight to do anything else.
Thanks for your hard work. I really appreciate it.Heads up on the bismuth manual I am working on. I am working with 2 other members and am presently reviewing some of thier material. We will be ironing out the process and making a master process manual which I will submit to the Smoothbore forum and let Zonie (Moderator) post it as a stickie at the top of the forum. That way everyone will have access to it. Stay turned gentlemen.
I was able to download a User Manual from there web site. That help a lot.Oasis Pumps which sell the Oasis Shot maker is the owner. Tim is the contact name. Great guy to do business with. He bought Littleton. I have owned an Oasis Shotmaker for 7 years now and have had no problems.