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Just bought a Mossberg 500 .410 hushpower version and it says it’s chambered for 2 and a half and 3 inch cartridges.  I have put 2 inch in and they seem to load and eject fine, could they do any damage to the gun or have they just put that because you can fit more than 2 of the 2 inch cartridges in the magazine?


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