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Old November 6, 2012, 11:55 AM   #4
Pahoo
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Not sure of your hunting enviroment but there have been many deer taken with smooth bores, every year. If it were I, I'd stick with the smooth bore or purchase a rifled barrel. In our Midwest states, smooth bores give good performance. ...

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I did not know they made smooth bore slug barrels
A bit confusing but these are known as Rifle Sighted barrels. Basically it has open sights. My old 1100 was this way and it was a killing machine. Weaver and I'm sure others, make a saddle mount/base for scope application.

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