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    If you are using your bird gun for double duty of house defense remember to remove the plug. Might as well have full magazine capacity. Also, I have been told the short shells will not cycle a semi-auto shotgun.

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    No worries here. Remington 870 12 gauge, 20-inch rifle sighted barrel with IC choke, no-plug, magazine extension, 8 rounds of 2-3/4 inch shells.

    Most of the time it's filled with Remington 00 buck, 9-pellets each. I have a 48-round bandolier with more 00-buck and 10 rounds of 1-ounce slugs.

    The shotgun and bandolier ride in my car's trunk whenever I'm out and about... empty chamber when in the car.

    Remington 870 12 gauge with Slugs.JPG

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    • #3
      My AR15 nor my S&W "M&P" have magazine plugs! LOL!
      Two 10 round mags and one 25 round stay beside the 6.8, ready to rock and roll.

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      • #4
        Does not know what a bird gun is.

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        • #5
          Careless reloading leads to stuck cases.

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          • #6
            "... Does not know what a bird gun is. ..."

            "... Careless reloading leads to stuck cases. ..."

            I promised myself that I would be "civil" and not stir things up here on OL jhjimbo, but don't think you can make your little snide remarks "AT" me and think you're "safe". I will hit back.

            Can we not all just agree to "get along"?

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            • #7
              I have a 28-in barrel for my 870 so it is my bird gun. My only other shotgun is a single-shot NEF 12 gauge

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