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Old December 11, 2018, 12:01 AM   #5
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The 2 3/4" shells don't hold much of the bigger sizes of steel shot. It could work, but you'd need to understand that you're not going to have many pellets in that load. I might go down to a smaller shot size than normal and limit the range.

Shooting steel at geese is about the only practical use for the big 3 1/2" shells. I'd prefer 3" shells, but if 2 3/4" were all I had, or what my gun shot, I wouldn't stay home.

They are expensive, but if limited to 2 3/4" shells I'd prefer one of the other non-toxic options over steel. Especially for occasional use.
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