A 20-gauge stoked with #3 buckshot is a most excellent choice for home-defense. With birdshot no..
Originally Posted by Peter M. Eick
I have a 2 gauge 870 with buckshot then slug and back to buckshot etc. It is around for just those "bumps in the night".
I figure the sound of racking it closed out to take a lot of fight out of an intruder but if not then well "the castle law" kicks in big time
How hard does that 2 gauge kick?! Let us know how the racking sound of the shotgun, and keeping track of what shell is next in the chamber when you're in fear for your life and the adrenaline is pumping works out for you in your next life-and-death scenario..