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    Im sure rifled chokes would help a 410 slug. loading the brass cases to the max that the gun is safe with would also increase performace. Howevwer the original intent Of my idea was to rebarrel with a .41 rifled barrel or what ever bore that a Rifle bullet would fit into and make it a rifle not a shot gun. My thinking was stock mags but made into a rifle with the bullet sticking out of the case like a normal rifle round. standard shotgun slug rounds with the slug seted past flush will likely use up to much case capacity for what IM thinking.

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    this is what im thinking about VVVVVV

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    any one notice the 410 AR uppers in 410 SG at copes. HMMMMMM

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    A few thoughts -

    What is the chamber pressure on something like that?

    What about a .458 SOCOM? Tony couldn't do it for retail production, but I'm sure someone could do it for a one-off

    For that matter it could work for the .44??

    What would you say to making a new bolt face from something like 4340 steel with a different configuration to allow for practically any caliber? That was my first thought when I field stripped the -12. New bolt face, new barrel, and presto you're set - magazine modifications notwithstanding...
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