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Old 03-16-2013, 13:55   #21
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Yes they generally are made on lighter frames.
I guess that here could be less mass in the receiver.
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Old 03-16-2013, 23:54   #22
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I load my HD shotgun with 12g 27 pellet #4 buck. The 20 pellet #3 buck is pretty comparable to that. At HD distances I wouldn't worry about having larger shot, the #3 load will work just fine.
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I load my HD shotgun with 12g 27 pellet #4 buck. The 20 pellet #3 buck is pretty comparable to that. At HD distances I wouldn't worry about having larger shot, the #3 load will work just fine.
Your opponents will have a very hard time avoiding your buckshot blasts, that's for sure.
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