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Old November 8, 2012, 12:30 PM   #14
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Just as important as what others have said.

No matter the maker,action type,or gauge.

Make sure that you have the right ammo for the task.

Birdshot is for cheap training/manual of arms use and hunting small game,never use it as a defensive load.

Make it a point to stock up on buckshot and slugs in your chosen gauge.

Any well made 12,16,20,or .410 with the right ammo can be a very effective anti-personnel weapon,as long as the user does their part.
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