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Unless you are an expert and don't mind severely limiting your range and number of shots. (You already admitted that your are not, or at least are not experienced!) Otherwise figure on losing lots of wounded birds because you didn't!
Severly limiting range eh?

20ga, Winchester Double-X magnum, 3in, 1 1/4oz, 50 yards out of F-choke.

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Maybe it's just me, but it would be rather hard for a rooster to survive that pattern. ;)

As to the original topic, shoot a good shell, and you really don't lose much if anything to the 12.
 

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Not much I can add to what randy has already said, other than that the pellets don't care what gauge they are shot out of.

As for a rooster surviving the pattern, I said it would be hard for the rooster to survive the pattern, I never said one couldnt.

And I stand by that statement.
 
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