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Old 04-15-2009, 02:40 AM   #1
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Default 12 gauge ammo

what do you think of the centurion 2.75" multi defence buck and ball load? Looks pretty devestating.

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Old 04-15-2009, 03:09 AM   #2
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Never used it.

I have used and like the Fiocchi LE 2 3/4, 00buck Reduced Recoil. It is cheaper than some other brands and does not kick as bad in the Mossy pistol grip that I bought the wife for Home Defence

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A properly loaded Buck & Ball load is good for some purposes. Home defense - inside the house - isn't one of those uses. Plain ol' Buckshot will serve you better.

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Hard to beat good ole 00 or 000 buck. Special purpose loads are primarily designed to empty your wallet.
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It's definitely different... the price is good, approx. .24 a round. You'd probably do just as well with plain ol' "00" buck. If you are looking to blast something to Oblivion, use "00" 3" Magnums.

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