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Old 04-16-2014, 03:13 AM   #141
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Way back in the late 1800`s when the Rifled Slug was invented the only thing to shoot slugs from was a Full Choke Barrel !...............
I am old but not that old. You must still have a good memory.

The Brenneke slug was invented in 1898 but the Foster slug was 1931. Foster's are the most common but I much prefer the Brenneke for animals.When I was in Alaska I was strongly advised to use Brenneke slugs as they have much better penetration on large thick skinned animals like bears.
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i guess i am very lucky to live in a state with a Castle Law. here in Texas, if the SD shooting was deemed justifiable, the person shot or his family if he or she were killed, have no legal recourse as far as a civil lawsuit.
Colorado has the same law and it has not prevented civil actions. It does put one more obstacle in the path of the 'leaches' but it is not an absolute and it does not completely shield you from civil suits!
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Colorado has the same law and it has not prevented civil actions. It does put one more obstacle in the path of the 'leaches' but it is not an absolute and it does not completely shield you from civil suits!
What part of Colorado are you from? I east of pueblo.
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What part of Colorado are you from? I east of pueblo.
I was born and raised in eastern CO, Kit Carson County.
I moved to CoSp in 1970 and lived there (26 years on the CSPD) until 1999.
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It is as long as you all refuse to believe that you DON`T need buckshot for Home Defense !..................
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