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Mossberg 930spx Select Slug Drill Techniques

Discussion in 'Tactical Shotguns' started by ricka10, Sep 30, 2012.

  1. ricka10

    ricka10

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    With a full magazine anything other than racking one then load one slug into mag and then racking again?
     
  2. cliffsta

    cliffsta Who, me?

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    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.
     


  3. collim1

    collim1 Shower Time!

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    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?
     
  4. ricka10

    ricka10

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    You would have to hold the bolt open. It only stays open when the last round is fired.
     
  5. srt-4_jon

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    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.
     
  6. ricka10

    ricka10

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    Thanks, I'll have to practice that.