I agree with Ramrod. I bought a fully rifled barrel for my 11/87 two years ago. It took some experimenting, but the 2 3/4" Remington Copper Solids will group less than 2" at 50 yards. I haven't tried them at 100 yards yet - I would need a scope for my old eyes, but then 100 yard shots around here are not common. My slug gun is inteneded for going into palmetto scrub after hogs. If I think I'm going to get a 100 yard shot, I'll bring a rifle. I think you will do better than 6" groups off a bench at 75 yards with the sabots.Ramrod said:Isn't that Lincoln about 6 inches long? I can get better groups offhand at that range with sabots. Plus, they shoot a whole lot flatter. Like I said last year, they will double your effective range.
Six in. groups not that good for deer, you could miss vitals and gut shot deer can be hard to find. If you would happen to get a 100yrd. shot that 6 in. group could be off the paper!