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Every combination of choke, gun and tubes will give different results. But nonetheless here is one of my test patterns from this past fall.

Boss #5, 2-3/4"
30 yds
Remington V3, 12
Carlson Delta Waterfowl MR, .710

It was a very effective load for me when I did my part.

That said, when I centered the bird in the pattern inside say maybe 20'ish yards, some of them were shot up so bad that the meat wasn't usable.
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1 If you are on you are on target, therefore what does it matter? Shoot what is comfortable!
2 On days when the shots are longer 3.5 has more, therefore more chance of success.
3 Are you telling me adding more trip BBs isn't a benefit on late season goose?
4 I think many comments are pertaining to the ideal situation, that's not reality.
5 For Turkey 3.5 all day

Ohh and we could measure our piss stream too. Go practice, that the best advise I have.
 

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*I was mistaken with BOSS shells they are bismuth. still heavier than steel but not quite at the level of tungsten.

bismuth is also soft, like lead... so you can run it through old gun that wont accept steel shot.
 
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