I'm shooting a Remington 870, which is set up for spring gobblers. I put a 1½-4X Leupold scope on it and got a rifled choke tube because I wanted to use it for deer in New York (in a shotgun-only county.) So, I don't have any experience with rifled slugs in a fully rifled barrel. The deer I shot a week ago with this set-up was the only deer I've ever fired at with a shotgun slug.
However, recently on the D&DH forums, someone mentioned that the only problem with rifled slugs in a rifled barrel is perhaps more leading in the barrel. You don't have anything to lose trying Lightfield slugs. Why not buy a box of 5 and do a comparison?
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