Not with buckshot, but I've used their short, mid and long range tubes in my Benelli Legacy for over a year now and couldn't be happier. The Long range tube worked great with Federal Tungsten #2s and 50 yard ducks. The mid range tube and #5 shot for pheasants is great at mid to long ranges and the same mid range tube with 1 ounce of #7.5 shot has been a money winner for me in a few sporting clays competitions.
I have been using one on a 835 and have gotten patterns with 3" 00buck that are too good to be real!
At 45yards,all 15pellet's inside of a paper-plate,with nine pellet's inside of a 5"circle!
I load lead #F shot for yotes and fox up here and use buckshot while hunting in NC and SC with the inlaws!
My younger nephew borrowed my gun(without asking) for a goose hunt,he made shot's that he said he never should have!He went over to Cabelas to get him one for his shotgun now too!
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