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  1. https://www.benelliusa.com/customer-service/faq#question_1394 It specifically says it is not safe to "shoot slugs through chokes tighter than those listed here. 4 notches = improved cylinder 5 notches = cylinder
  2. I also had light primer strikes, I ended up using only one of the TTI springs as using both springs was too light of a trigger pull for my commfort. I don't recall which one I used, I think I kept the hammer spring, but that was about 2 years ago.
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    Slugs

    https://www.benelliusa.com/customer-service/faq#question_1394 It specifically says it is not safe to "shoot slugs through chokes tighter than those listed here. 4 notches = improved cylinder 5 notches = cylinder
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    Slugs

    I bought the Imp Cylinder and Cylinder chokes as well, It is clear that the slugs are squeezing through the one that came with the gun. Also I have heard (not experimented) that the buckshot pattern is better when you use the federal premium flight control wad if you use an IC or C because the modified strips the wad prior to its intended purpose. At 15 yards my spread was about the size of a widely spread hand. one of the others was the size of a fist and he had the cylinder choke in. I did buy them, but haven't switched them out and experimented.
  5. Is there a protocol to zeroing this Shotgun? It is my first SG and I want it zeroed before my 4 day class. What would be the distance, group size. I bought 25 federal slugs to accomplish the task. I was planning similar to an AR15 with 50 yards being the distance. Group with three adjust and confirm zero. At 50 yards how much should each click move point of impact.
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