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Will a shotgun slug barrel show a greater amount of difference between shooting it clean vs dirty. I know rifles barrels will show a little difference in group size, but will a slug show a greater difference?

I grouped the shotgun while it had a dirty barrel. Cleaned it and at 100 yds the shot went high 5". Don't have alot of money to be shooting $1.50 slugs, just wondered if this is normal.

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Saboted slugs seem to be more sensitive to barrel residue than lead 1oz rifled slugs in my experience. Your results seem extreme but possible. I've only seen about 1-1/12" group variance through rifled barreled shotguns firing saboted rounds. Since you stated the $1.50 price tag I assume you are refering to sabotted slugs. You are using a rifled barrel for these aren't you??

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Rick,
Oh yes, Deerslayer II rifled barrel with Lightfield 1,1/4 oz hybrid sabot slugs.

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Possibly lubricant or powder solvent residue had an effect on that first shot after cleaning. Might want to put a couple of more through it.
 

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At 100yds

Must have figured something out!

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