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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 10-24-2018, 12:29 PM Thread Starter
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Mossberg 500, 20 ga, slug ammo?

Anyone have a Mberg 500 20 ga with rifled barrel? Picked up one on sale at Dunhams last week so I could have a second gun for the kids and could take them out in 2B.

My Mberg 500 12 ga. shot Hornady SST's in 2.75" pretty well and they are one of the least expensive Sabots and was wondering if anyone has used them out of their 20 ga with similar results?

First, I need to get some ammo and then I'll have to find a place to get some shooting/sighting in.....

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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 10-24-2018, 01:40 PM
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Light fields will shoot good. I just not a fan of the hornsbdy sst.
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Ever try brenneke geen lightnings?
Saw some good reports on them online and they won't break the bank.

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Yes I have one among many other slug guns.....Using Remington Accutips 3", with excellent results.....
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A buddy has a 20 ga 500 pump combo and he uses the 3" accutips. I just use inline so no personal experience here. I had read up on it for him a few years back and the internet concensus seemed to be 3" accutips and stock up on same lot number when you find what you like because they may/do change?

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Definitely want to keep it to 2 3/4" since it will be the kids using it. Thanks for the information guys.

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