The latest in shotgun loads triggers the distance debate.
Permitted for years for deer and bear in special regulations areas, semiautomatic slug guns get statewide approval.
“How’d I miss?” It’s a common question for shotgun shooters, whether at the range or in the field. Obviously, you shot too high, too low, too far in front, too far behind or a combination of these such as high and behind. A more important question is how can you tell? You can’t. A better answer is you shouldn’t be…