garlicsalt wrote:I'm sure thats the case, they are the walmart econo pack 1 1/8 oz. 71/2s econo pack =4 box's for 20$ thanks again for your responses mawtrfowler. good duckn
A5Mag12 wrote:A 1 1/8 oz. 12 ga. lead load is a light load.
mudpack wrote:A5Mag12 wrote:A 1 1/8 oz. 12 ga. lead load is a light load.
Only if you don't shoot much clay target games. Compared to 1 1/4oz Express loads, it is lighter.
But there are a ton of 12ga loads on the market that are much lighter than the 1 1/8 promo loads, which are usually around 1200fps or higher. There are duck loads on the market that produce much the same recoil.
A 1 1/8oz promo load should cycle all 3" actions. If it doesn't, then there is a problem with the gun.
A5Mag12 wrote: There are several 12 gauge autos that are not designed to shoot anything lighter than 1 1/4 oz loads.
mudpack wrote:A5Mag12 wrote: There are several 12 gauge autos that are not designed to shoot anything lighter than 1 1/4 oz loads.
This is true. But we are not talking about a 3.5" gun, we are discussing the OP's 3" FABARM. A properly-designed and -functioning 3" gun should shoot a heavy target/field load.....which would include the 1 1/8oz promo load.
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