Acutally I just wanted to try the same standard setup in a different gauge,instead of going only with the best known,I went to the opposite end of the scale and applied the same to the smallest gauge that is factory loaded for defensive ammo and sure enough it seems to be up to the task.
The point is even if all you have is a .410 that has been handed down...with the right ammo and skill set it can still save your hide in a pinch.
Question....If someone shoots and doesn't hit what they aim at,wouldn't that be called a miss?
I would say so,and I'm sure others would agree.
Also my reason for wanting to try the same type of setup in 28 gauge is to bring it up to speed with other scatterguns and to show that it has just as much capability as other gauges.