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ricka10 09-29-2012 22:25

Mossberg 930spx Select Slug Drill Techniques
 
With a full magazine anything other than racking one then load one slug into mag and then racking again?

cliffsta 09-29-2012 22:38

I was wondering about this just today. How would one transition from a tube full of 00buck to a slug if the situation were to arise? Since its a hypothetical, anything is possible.... Though in a real life-or-death situation with a shotgun, I'm pointing and shooting whatever happens to be in the tube / chamber. Probably not time to switch out ammunition.

collim1 09-30-2012 02:40

I did an experiment a few weeks ago shooting OO buck at 50+ yards. Even at longer than ideal range you can still 2 to 3 pellets to hit.

For some reason I was thinking the 930 SPX had a mag cutoff switch for select loading slugs.

Can you not retract the bolt and dump out the next round and select load like a pump?

ricka10 09-30-2012 19:42

Quote:

Originally Posted by collim1 (Post 19470008)
For some reason I was thinking the 930 SPX had a mag cutoff switch for select loading slugs.

Can you not retract the bolt and dump out the next round and select load like a pump?

You would have to hold the bolt open. It only stays open when the last round is fired.

srt-4_jon 10-03-2012 14:31

Quote:

Originally Posted by ricka10 (Post 19469787)
With a full magazine anything other than racking one then load one slug into mag and then racking again?

rack the bolt while lifting the gate and drop it in. It will extract the round in the chamber and prevent the mag from feeding another round.

ricka10 10-05-2012 01:50

Quote:

Originally Posted by srt-4_jon (Post 19481600)
rack the bolt while lifting the gate and drop it in. It will extract the round in the chamber and prevent the mag from feeding another round.

Thanks, I'll have to practice that.


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