VolatileAgent Posted February 4, 2006 Share Posted February 4, 2006 I would like to shoot slugs from my M4. I'm interested in your opinions on rifled slugs vs. sabots. I have ordered a rifled choke from Carlson's, but then it occurred to me that I've never seen that Benelli itself offers a rifled choke for the M4. Is there a reason they don't? Is there potential harm to the gun using sabots and a rifled choke? (Jeeze are those sabots expensive!). I assume that a sabot and rifled choke is more accurate than a rifled slug. Has that been anyone's experience. I see a tactical advantage for slugs as one could shoot buck shot and slugs during the same encounter. It seems to me that rifled slugs should be shot fron a cylinder choke but supposedly anything up to modified is fine. Any opinions? Seems to me that sabots and a rifled choke are kinder and gentler to the barrel, but at quite an increase in expense. any feedback appreciated out Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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