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Buy 1 to 2 boxes of several different brands and try each one out. Go with the ones that give you the best groups at your sight in range. The prob;em with recommending a certain round is that what works in one gun perfectly, may worl like cr@p in the same make, model, and gauge for someone else. A prime example:
i have 2 Mossberg 200Ks one love Winchester 2 3\4 inch 1 oz. slugs, the other one prefers Federal 2 3\4 inch slugs, but both run acceptably with Remington 1 oz slugs in 2\34 inch. Just depends on the gun.
As stated above, buy 'em and try 'em. Best of luck.
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