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I would think the same but the inertia driving back the bolt is somehow different. Might be just be me but my remmys don't eject with lead shells but there is enough force with steel to throw 3 feet away. <shrug>
Two different guns. What do you like? Either will do the job.Hi Everyone,
Looking to do some casual trap shooting and required to use steel shot. Any particular recommendations... Remington 870 or 1100...?
Thanks in advance
The "heavier" refers to the powder charge/energy. Steel has to be thrown faster, to keep equivalent energy at the target, when compared to lead. Since it's less dense, it decelerates and loses energy more quickly than lead.