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A shotgun will shoot anything shorter than the max length specified. The only problem you may have is lightly loaded smaller shells may not cycle your gun. Most 3″ magnum semi autos will cycle 2 3/4 inch shells just fine.

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Yes , a 2–3/4 shotgun shell can safely be fired in a 3 inch chambered shotgun.
Can you shoot a 2.5 shell in a 3 inch chamber? Absolutely. A shotgun cartridge headspaces on its rim so the as long as the cartridge is shorter than the chamber length it won`t matter.
A field Super X3 with a 3″ chamber is designed to shoot factory 12 gauge loads including 2 3/4″ and 3″ (1 oz. to 2 oz.) field loads. They are not designed to shoot the lightest factory 7/8 oz. or 1 oz. target loads nor any 3 1/2″ shells.
A standard 3-inch steel load contains 1 1/4 ounces of shot, while a standard 3 1/2-inch load has 1 9/16 ounces. That difference equates to roughly 22 more BBs, 39 more No. 2s or 60 more No.
2 3/4 shells generally shoot 1 1/8, though there are 1 1/4 ounce loads. (1.125-1.25) 3″ shells generally shoot 1 1/4 – 1 3/8 ounce loads.
In the 1930s, the Federal Migratory Bird Treaty Act had amendments placed into its body that strictly regulated the types of firearms used for hunting migratory birds and restricted the capability of a shotgun (pump and semi-automatic) holding more than two shells in the magazine, so its total capacity does not exceed …
Today`s 12-gauge shells come in 2½-, 2¾-, 3- and 3½-inch lengths (and they all hold different amounts of powder and shot charges). If your shotgun is marked “12-gauge 2¾-inch” you may safely fire 2½- and 2¾-inch 12-gauge shotshells, but not the 3- or 3½-inch.
Beretta`s A400 Xtreme Plus is the Best Overall shotgun according to Joe Genzel. Featuring a 3 1/2-inch chamber and a soft-recoiling action, Genzel said that the Beretta is the gun to choose if you need one firearm to do it all.
If the barrel is stamped 3″ Can you shoot 2 1/2-inch ammo, or can you only use 3 inch ? The Gun Guy: Yes.
The Benelli M4 can shoot both 2 3/4″ and 3″ shells. The cap in the five-round tube can be removed and if legal to do so I highly recommend it.
A 4 gauge shotgun can be loaded with 3 to 4 ounces of shot. By comparison, the heaviest 12-gauge loads available are 2 1/4 ounces. A 4 gauge load will throw almost twice as many pellets as a 12-gauge.
The Triple Crown shotguns are triple-barrel, break-action shotguns, chambered in 12-, 20-, 28- and . 410-gauge.
Yes. It`s all good. As long as your gun is a pump or single shot or even a double barrel. You can actually shoot them in a semi automatic, however it will not cycle the action and basically you will have to cycle it manually.
Yes. You can shoot 2 1/2 inch or 3 inch shells in your . 410 shotgun, unless it is an autoloader such as a Remington Model 1100 made for 3 inch shells only.

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CRIBBAGE: 4 players, 1st plays a king, 2nd plays a 2, 3rd plays a 3,(for 15 two) 4th plays a 4 (for 3), next plays a 5 (for 4) next plays an ace (for 5) next plays a 2 (for 5) is that correct or doesn’t the last 2 get included in the run?
ANSWER : Rule 7.2. Scoring
a. Points are earned during the play of the cards for the following single-card or combination of consecutive cards played. The player playing the last card that forms a combination earns the points (see scoring chart in Rule 1.7):

pair
three of a kind
four of a kind
straights of three or more cards in any sequence
a cumulative count of 15
the last card before player calls “go” (i.e., cannot play a card that would not make the count exceed 31)
a cumulative count of 31
the final card played, not making a cumulative count of 31

Here is the scoring chart:
http://www.cribbage.org/rules/rule1.asp#section7

Rule 1.7. Scoring Chart

Points Earned

Cards
During Play
Hand or Crib

Jack turned by dealer as starter card
2

Jack in hand or crib of same suit as starter card

1

Combinations:

• Two of a kind (pair)
2
2

• Three of a kind (triple)
6
6

• Four of a kind (quadruple)
12
12

• Straights of three or more cards: per card
1
1

• 15-count (sum of any combination of cards)

2

• Four-card flush (only in the hand)

4

• Five-card flush

5

Reaching a 15-count exactly
2

*Reaching 31-count exactly
2

*”Go” (without reaching 31-count)
1

*Final card played (without reaching 31-count)
1

* Only one of these scores can be earned with the play of a single card.

Note the * in the chart and this comment:

* Only one of these scores can be earned with the play of a single card.

i.e you either count the run or the 31

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12 gauge shotgun shell converted to metric (ex. 12 gauge + 20mm)
ANSWER : A ordinary 2 3/4 inch 12 guage shell equates to a European 70 mm. a 3 inch Magnum is a 76 mm.
Goof Luck.

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My 1977 Evinrude 140 HP outboard engine looses power when it hits @4,200 rpm’s and goes down to 3,500 then back up to 4,200 and then back down to 3,000 or about there. This would continue if I didn’t slow down to 3,000 on my own. It runs fine at @ 3,000 when I slow it down. I have changed all the fuel lines from the fuel tank to the carbs, removed, cleaned out the fuel tank, put new gas and added a can of SeaFoam. I replaced the water seperator filter and cleaned the fuel filter. I feel the fuel pump is operating OK. Any ideas about what could be causing my problem? Could it be a bad power pack or stator? Help!!
ANSWER : Hi, this is obviously a stator problem since you have cleaned the fuel filter..

Take care

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Mossberg 500,12 ga. shells will not feed
ANSWER : This will sound sort of stoopid but trust me, more folks do it than you would believe. First thing….push the shell all the way up into the mag tube til your thumb is up the first knuckle. If you only push the shell til you hear the first click, you’re only pushing it past the first stop. With it one stop in, a pump will drop it on the floor every time. Simple way to prove that, load three shells into the tube but only load the last one til you hear the one click. Pump it. First hits the floor, rest load perfectly. See what I mean? On ALL pump shotguns, you have to hit both stops so push the shells in up to your first thumb knuckle.

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Shells pop out of magazine when weapon cycled to load.
ANSWER : HI. THERES NOTHING NICE ABOUT A GUN NOT WORKING RIGHT.IF I KNEW WHAT KIND OF GUN YOU HAVE AND MODEL, I MAY BE ABLE TO HELP YOU. HERES MY EMAIL ADDRESS IF YOU WANT ME TO TRY TO HELP YOU ([email protected]) HOPE TO HERE FROM YOU, YOU GOT ME THINKING. JIMBO

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I own a Maverick model 88, 12 gauge shotgun. Need plug
ANSWER : The plug is ussaly no more than a wooden dowel that fits inside the spring and is the approx length of the shells put end to end like they would be in the tube

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Square tent with 2 types gazebo poles, varenda, 2 side windows
ANSWER : The 2 longest of the poles go in an x over the center of the tent and the 2 shorter ones go arch to the sides. http://www.wenzelco.com/details.aspx?NavID=412shows a picture very similar to your tent. If you go to image 2 it shows it with out the fly. now if you got 2 sets of 4 poles, 2 long and 2 short, and one set is all aluminum, then I would go with the aluminum set. It is less likely to collapse in high winds.

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