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>>>>>>Can you shoot a slug round out of a non-slug barrel?
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 9026665:MV8yMDQ4ODk2XzM0NDMwNTk5XzYyQ0E3ODU=] [quote:Sledster:MV8yMDQ4ODk2XzM0NDI5ODMwX0NEQUYwMkMy] I only use the saboted slugs in a smooth bore barrel. You can use regular slugs, but IMHO it is hard on the bore. On the plus side the Sabot Slugs seem to fly better and the accuracy is really good out to 150 yards. [/quote] It shouldn't be as the slug is made of lead. It depends if your an enviromentalist etc. they don't like to use lead. If it is lead, it's a soft metal and shouldn't be too bad on the boar. Steel & Copper will be worst ( I personally have never seen steel nor copper but in rifle ammo they do ) [/quote]
I have a mossberg 500 12 gague and want to know if I need to have a slug barrel to shoot slugs. I'm going deer hunting and want to use slugs but don't wanna buy a slug barrell. Thanks.
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