You are WRONG. It won't hurt a thing to shoot 2.75" shells in a 3.5" gun (of the same gauge). If the gun is an autoloader, it may not successfully chamber the next round after shooting a 2.75" shell, but in no way is it harmful to the gun or to you.coolmudrunner said:Ive heard that you shouldn't shoot 2.75 shells out of a 3.5 inch gun, because of the cap between the shell and the barrel. Correct me if I wrong.
That is also where I read it, so I am wrong?hogfan81 said:Now, I have heard not to shoot rifled slugs from a longer chamber (ie a 2.75 slug in a 3 chamber) because it may deform the slug. This may be an urban legend, does anyone have conclusive proof that this is a bad/good idea? I believe I read this on the TAR-HUNT website.