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I bought a Mossberg 930 Autoloader for home defense. What would you recommend for full choke to get the tightest pattern at 25 yards

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I suggest getting a few different loads and just go somewhere that you can target practice and find the load that suits you.
always remember that home defense shots are ussually within 15 feet.

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