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It depends on what you want to use them for. For serious skeet competition, fitted full-length tubes are the way to go. For casual playing, the shorties work very well in 20 and pretty well in 28 gauge, but the 410s lose a lot of performance. Of course the full-length tubes make your gun a lot more muzzle-heavy.

Generally the triggers will set OK with 20 or 28 gauge, but not 410. I don't think they have to actually make them mechanical, just make the inertia trigger more sensitive. If you elect to go full-length fitted, just send in the whole gun and they'll do it for you (for a charge of course).

Changing and cleaning isn't really much problem. It is a couple of minute job. They furnish a handy-dandy knocker-outer that works very well.
 
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