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Drop on a 1 oz 12 gauge slug

Discussion in 'Hunting' started by Ty7940, Dec 1, 2008.

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  1. Ty7940

    Ty7940 Member

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    I was just wanting to know what the drop on a 1 oz 12 gauge slug would be at about 45 yards.
     
  2. GooseGestapo

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    I sight in my Rem.870 for 75yds so it actually hits about 2" high at 50yds. Drop at 100yds is then about 5".

    According to Remington; the 1oz. "Slugger" high velocity load (not the reduced recoil that I use-more accurate) the drop from "Zero" at the muzzle is 2.19"

    You MUST shoot YOUR gun to see where IT actually hits, however.
     
  3. matrem

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    Keep in mind that it's going (a bit) faster than a standard .22LR.
     
  4. Kingcreek

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    What are you sighting in at?
    2.75 or 3 inch?
     
  5. H&Hhunter

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    I zero my slug gun at 75 yards with 2.75" standard remington Foster style slugs. Out of a 20" barreled 870 I am slighly high at 50 yards and slightly low at 100. At 150 am about 3" low.
     
  6. matrem

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    To clarify what was meant by my post (# 3).Unless you're shooting "the rear out of a gnat", the drop of a slug at 45 yds, is negligible ,if not moot.
     
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