Can I Shoot 3 In A 2 3/4 Chamber. I think they are marketed as reduced recoil close range shells. You cannot shoot 20 ga in a 410 nor a 410 in a 20 ga if only because of the obvious size difference.
Caleb c registered joined mar 11, 2010 6,927 posts #6 · oct 29, 2011 i've seen some of those 2.5 shells on a couple of websites. Using a 3.5 shell in a 3 inch labeled shotgun, 3 inch shell used in a 2.5 inch labeled shotgun, etc etc You cannot shoot 20 ga in a 410 nor a 410 in a 20 ga if only because of the obvious size difference.
One Gun I Can Think If Is The Winchester Model 12 The 3 Inch Shells Wont Clear The Ejection Port.
Rifles run in the 60k balpark. I shoot a beretta a400 unico now, and i bought the 3 1/2 model. Note this is what the originator of this thread said he desired to shoot.
Caleb C Registered Joined Mar 11, 2010 6,927 Posts #6 · Oct 29, 2011 I've Seen Some Of Those 2.5 Shells On A Couple Of Websites.
I've shot this exact setup for the last 8 years or so probably and haven't really had any problems. 1 level 1 mlkkk86 · 10m i can with my mossberg so i’d assume you can as well. There is a lot to be said for shooting the shell length that matches your chamber length.
Actually, The 20 Is A Gauge And The.410 Is A Caliber.
Probably the increased recoil of the heavier shot load on the wood is worse than the pressures on the barrel or bolt. So if you have a 3 chamber, you can shot 3 and 2 3/4 (and mini shells if you really want, i suppose). In a 2 3/4 chamber you can only shoot just that, 2 3/4.
You Cannot Shoot 20 Ga In A 410 Nor A 410 In A 20 Ga If Only Because Of The Obvious Size Difference.
Shooting 3 shellsin 2 ¾ shotguns. 10k psi may sound high but its not compared to a rifle. You can always shoot anything smaller, just not anything bigger.
A 3 1/2 Gun Will Take All 3 Sizes.
Using a 3.5 shell in a 3 inch labeled shotgun, 3 inch shell used in a 2.5 inch labeled shotgun, etc etc I think they are marketed as reduced recoil close range shells. That's not necessarily a dangerous increase, but it does tell reloaders that they need to build in a significant margin for error when they reload 2 3/4 hulls to shoot in 2 1/2 chambered guns.