Can a slug be fired through a choke?
Yes, you can fire a slug through a full choke, and it’s relatively safe (ALWAYS read the ammunition advice). Rifled slugs can be designed to deform through the narrower choke, but will lose both power and accuracy relative to a cylinder or improved cylinder choke.
Can you shoot slugs through a fixed modified choke?
cylinder choke would be your best bet, but slugs will work through a modified choke, it is only a little more constriction, and will cut down your shooting distance a bit.
Can you shoot a slug out of a turkey gun?
You can fire slugs through your barrel. I would recommend removing the turkey choke and replacing it with a less tightly choked one – do not fire without a tube in place. DO NOT shoot sabot slugs through a turkey choke.
Can you shoot Slugs in a Mossberg 500?
So, can you shoot slugs in a Mossberg 500? Yes, the Mossberg is certainly capable of shooting slugs. But, there are some conditions. First, it is typically a good idea to have a wider choke tube for firing slugs.
Can a Mossberg 535 12 gauge shotgun be jammed?
There’s nothing worse than a jammed shotgun, but with the Mossberg 535, you can shoot confidently without any fear of a malfunction. Just because the 535 only fires 12 gauge, doesn’t mean you’re limited in your ammo.
What are the features of Mossberg Turkey pump action shotgun?
The Turkey Pump-Action’s adjustable fiber optic sights make target acquisition faster and the unique XX-Full choke offers a tight shot pattern even at long range. These great features combined with their effective Mossy Oak Obsession camo make the Turkey Thug the ultimate tom hunting companion.
Can a rifled slug be fired through a choke?
On the box of the Remington Slug, it will give you a ballistic chart and a suggestion on the choke to use. Mine listed the modified choke as having the best results in accruacy. As stated before, rifled slugs can be fired through a smoothbore, and smooth, sabot, slugs can be fired through a rifled bore or rifled choke tube.