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Thread: 410 shotgun solids or larger pellets

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    Shot a boat load of these without an issue. Blown barrels like that are normally caused by too much oil.

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    Have been using solids in both 410 and 12 gauge for years (no screw in choke) with no problems ,I take the under and over 410 with me when travelling because it packs down small .
    Usually take a mix of shells with me so BB ,solid and from memory six shot .

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    Bought my Winchester 37A 12ga for $100 I think you NEED a 12ga by now
    Or just use the 22 to the back of the head mate

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    ARB twin compressor with 20L-100+psi tank blast bolt is most humane, just don’t trip over the hose on your way through the scrub mate!


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    Quote Originally Posted by MB View Post
    ARB twin compressor with 20L-100+psi tank blast bolt is most humane, just donít trip over the hose on your way through the scrub mate!


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    Don't think I want to get that close to an injured roo that is thrashing around! Caught a large ferral cat in a rabbit trap once (no weapon with me at the time). It was very interesting getting my trap back ........

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