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you can shoot foster type rifled slugs in it. The problem is the lead of the slugs will build up on the barrel. You need to remove the lead fouling more often for best accuracy. The plastic saboted slugs do not lead foul the rifling and are less maintenance. In my experience the lighter sabots carry better accuracy at ranges past 75 yards. Below 75 you'll probably not notice a lot of difference. The only case I would recomend fosters over sabots is a bear defense gun. A sabot may expand, but a foster won't shrink wither. If large holes, heavy projectiles, up close and personal are the goal, fosters are your game.

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