Originally Posted by lbwar15
I've never used slugs. I've always heard you can't use them in some barrels. I will get an improved choke. But I'm trying to find out if I can use the same barrel.
Yes you can use a slug in a none rifled barrel and it doesn't have to be improved cylinder I ussually use modified its what found works the best but I made the mistake one time of firing a slug through a .660 turkey choke and still nothing bad happened. I wouldn't recommend doing it but it is like its going to blow the barrel apart I know from first hand experience. And as far as taking your choke tube completely out NEVER!!! Fire a shotgun that takes tubes without some kind of tube in it bc it will ruin the threads and you won't be able to but a choke tube back in it and as far as the barrels go the only barrels I know of that you cent fire a slug through are the oversized mossberg 835, 930, and 935 barrels because they are 12 gauge chambered but a large .775 bore which is a 10 gauge sized bore