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Just picked up a 10g in a package deal and id like to shoot it so i can decide on keeping it or selling it. I dont want to buy a box of ammo for that reason. Im looking for someone that has some old shit laying around that they ARE NOT GOING TO USE.
 

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If you are concerned with the pattern you will have to try alot of combinations,I hand load my own.

If you wonder about recoil,the autos are not too bad but any other type will punish you.
 

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Im sure this gun is like a mule. Im not going to pattern,Im well aware that i would need lots of combi ammo. i just want to shoot it first. Im not worried about the kick i could care less but i want to shoot anyhow
 

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When I'm hunting thick stuff I use a 10 gauge double. I've taken down deer up to 100 yds and the kick isn't bad at all ...need to watch your feet placement on a treestand with a small platform.
 

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100 yards....... in thick stuff no less [rofl][rofl][rofl][rofl][rofl][rofl][rofl][rofl][rofl][rofl][rofl][rofl][rofl].......................
 

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You will shoot yer eye out kid.

That thing is gonna knock the dog snot outa you repo [hihi]
 

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I have a Remington SP10 LE 30" Barrel It doesnt kick bad at all the gun is just Heavy.. My father used to buy reloads for it. A mixture of 00 and something else I remember we pattern'd it out to 70 yards and we would have pellets all over a 9" pie plate
 

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Ok, Hunterdan ....let me rephrase. I have taken down deer up to 100 yds. however I prefer to use a 10 gauge in thick stuff rather than a 12 gauge slug gun where you don't have much of a shot at moving deer; does that sound better..........
 
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