Well all guns are ready to go

Rakkin6

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Got out and actually got all three guns patterned. Sorry but I didn't have turkey splatter targets. Didn't have time to get them. Was planning on shooting next weekend but the weather outlook was looking wet. All shots are at 40 yards.

First is my Mossberg 535 with Indian Creek .660, 3" 2 oz #9

Second is Mossberg 835 with Indian Creek .675, 3" 2 1/4 oz 9/10 ( I did make a 2 click adjustment up with my red dot after this shot)

Third is Savage 301 20 Gauge with Indian Creek .562, 3" 1 5/8 oz #10
 

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Whole lot.of nastiness there! It does look like the 2nd target has sognificant pellet spray horizontally, but not vertically.
Not.has much has you think though the paper is only 32 inches wide. But in comparison to the vertical yes it does. I would rather have it more horizontal though. Just in case he decides to Bob and weave on me lol.
 

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They all look good. 2 1/4 might be overkill if there is such a thing. Clean bores?
Yeah I did a deep clean last week on all three guns. I use Bore Tech Shotgun Blend. So I ran a wet patch down the barrels and let it sit for 24 hours. Then used a wet phosphorous brush and gave each barrel 50 passes. Wet patched a few times then dry patched. I usually polish my barrels every few years and deep clean in between. I also run a Boresnake between every shot and let the barrel cool between shots just like I do my rifles for an actual cold bore shot. I know that may be overkill for a shotgun but old habits are hard to break. And it gave me time in between shots to shoot some pistol while the barrels cooled.
 

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