I was playing around in the basement today and came up with another way to load my 20 gauge with shot. I use mine to hunt with so am always looking for a quick, easy, and inexpensive way to load while in the field. I do not use wadding other than the paper and have had good results so far. I have been using a similar setup whereas I have the powder and shot in one wrapped paper container. These though require the shot to be poured down the bore after tearing apart the paper container. I wanted a way to simplify the process by simply shoving the whole shot column down the bore in one motion. I'll still pour the powder and use the paper container as wadding, but am hoping these shot containers will work out. They are made from 1/4 of a sheet of paper from a Hemmings motor news, and rolled onto a 1/2 in dowel, then simply glued shut on each end by using a kid's glue stick rubbed onto the paper and twisted shut. I didn't want to create a slug by using thick cardboard tubes, that wouldn't tear apart upon firing. This thin paper when tamped home will tear open and when the shot leaves the bore it shouldn't hinder shot separation. I'm planning to try them out in a week or so at our club in preparation for our up coming turkey season. Each paper container is loaded with 1 1/4 oz of #6 shot(largest shot I have at the moment). Powder charge will be 80 grains 2fg.