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Old 03-30-2012, 12:20 AM   #1
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Default 28inch barrel no choke.

Can I shoot rifled slugs through? It came with mossbergs accu chokes ...all 3 but if I take them out I can shoot rifled slugs right?

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Old 03-30-2012, 12:30 AM   #2
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You don't want to mess up the treads in the barrel do you? I would not want to do that to my shotgun's barrel.

Why not try shooting it with each of the chokes and see how it performs? Certainly should not be a problem shooting slugs in a improved cylinder or modified choke.

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You don't want to mess up the treads in the barrel do you? I would not want to do that to my shotgun's barrel.

Why not try shooting it with each of the chokes and see how it performs? Certainly should not be a problem shooting slugs in a improved cylinder or modified choke.
I never thought about it like that. The threads thing. Hmm...

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Yea never shoot a gun that takes choke tubes with out one in it

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Don't you think a full choke would be best?

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Don't you think a full choke would be best?

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No that tight of a choke can deform the slug I have had the best luck out of a modified choke but you can also use an improved cylinder or just cylinder choke
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I run my mossy with the 24" slugger barrel and it will eat whatever I put through it and I can drop a pheasant at 40 yards. Love that gun I couldn't have asked for more for $50.

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I run my mossy with the 24" slugger barrel and it will eat whatever I put through it and I can drop a pheasant at 40 yards. Love that gun I couldn't have asked for more for $50.
You can drop a phesant at 40 yards with a slug barrel??
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Oh yeah. May take a second hit to make sure it stays down. But yes I've been known to. I usually hit my bag limit in about 20 min and run back up for everyone else make sure they get Atleast 1 bird each.

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Oh yeah. May take a second hit to make sure it stays down. But yes I've been known to. I usually hit my bag limit in about 20 min and run back up for everyone else make sure they get Atleast 1 bird each.
I guess I'm too skeptical about stuff I'm not saying you don't do it but is have to see it to believe it bc if you are using just a smooth bore cylinder slug barrel with out it being choked down I don't see it killing much of anything with anything besides a slug beyond about about 25-30 yards let alone a,pheasant at 40
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