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i have a bps invector 10 gauge and i was wondering whether it would be any good for deer hunting. either put a rifled choke tube in or use buck shot. have to imagine a 10 gauge slug or 000 buckshot would have quite a wallop. any suggestions?
 

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Might want to check if they even have slugs or buckshot loads----most all I've seen available are goose and turkey loads.

Other than that---that thing is going to be a beast dragging through the woods---my deer rifle is only 6lbs scope and all.
 

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Maybe this is not quite on topic... but I've never seen a 10-gauge rifled choke. Just spent a half-hour or so searching the 'net without success. Does someone make them, or are you thinking of custom chokes?

If not, I guess you are hauling your 10-gauge into the woods with conventional (Foster) rifled slugs or buckshot loads. They are both loaded by Federal.
 
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