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October 8th, 2008 05:49 PM
Do they make o buck shot anymore? I have not been able to find any lately.Where can I find some?
October 8th, 2008 05:53 PM
Why use O-Buck when there's OO-Buck and OOO-Buck?
FYI, I keep my HD shotgun loaded with #4 Buckshot. It should have more-than-adequate man stopping power, and is less likely to tear up walls and furniture.
But to answer your question, I haven't seen "O-Buck" on shelves for awhile either.
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October 9th, 2008 04:42 AM
I've never heard of it actually. Think it would be the same as #1 buck?
October 9th, 2008 06:59 AM
o-buckshot is just slightly bigger than #1 buck.
I've used #1 buck more than 0 & 00 buck for deer hunting. It covers HD purposes just fine as well ........... I have a slection of #4, #1, and 00-buckshot on hand for both hunting and HD.
I have seen 0 buckshot at the local Wally-World here.....thier stocking up for the upcoming deer season. If it'll work on a deer, it'll take care of any thugs as well me thinks.
October 14th, 2008 12:27 AM
Winchester still makes the "0" buck.
As to why to use "0" buck, it depends on how your shot gun patterns it.
I have a Valmet O/U 12GA x .308 that I use for hunting, it puts 5 to 6 "0" buck into a paper plate @ 40 steps. It does not like other brands or other sizes of buck shot.
I also use it for home defense with my 870 riot gun, will work as well as "00"
#1 Buck = .30 Cal
"0" Buck = .32 Cal
"00" Buck = .33 Cal
2 3/4" 00 Mag = 12 Pellets
2 3/4" standard "0" = 12 Pellets
October 14th, 2008 07:32 PM
All the shells for my coach gun are 00 buck...plenty of firepower for any rude intruder(s).
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October 14th, 2008 09:06 PM
I used to have some; I think I had some in 20-gauge, though #1 is more common for that. Seems like I've seen it in 16-gauge, but since I only own 12's and 20's, I never had any. Don't know if it's still available.
Originally Posted by Ram Rod
It's just enough smaller than 00 that you can actually get enough into a smaller-than-12-gauge shell to pattern well, but still carries well enough that the difference isn't notable.
October 14th, 2008 09:26 PM
I use #1 in my HD shotgun.
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