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Old December 2, 2019, 05:46 PM   #76
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We found it educational to actually take our shotguns to our pattern board at our club. We both had to deal with a somewhat larger space than the average apartment plus some outdoor concerns. Our finding were #4 buck or 00 buck was your pick. Both the Federal 00 and Remington #4 buck made very good patterns at 25 yards. My choice was #4 buck. My shotgun was an 870 with slug barrel. The other gun was one of those tricked out Mossberg pumps. The other guys choice was 00 buck. Our target was a B27.
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Old December 3, 2019, 07:29 AM   #77
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a somewhat larger space than the average apartment. Our finding were #4 buck or 00 buck was your pick. Both the Federal 00 and Remington #4 buck made very good patterns at 25 yards.
Yup, I guess 'somewhat larger'...
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