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If you need low velocity/low recoil loads, get a smaller gauged gun.
I can't speak for #4 buckshot, but low recoil 00 buck loads throw tighter patterns that their standard velocity counterparts. And I don't need to use them because I'm recoil-sensitive; I've got two 10 gauges for crying out loud! :LOL:
 

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I can't speak for #4 buckshot, but low recoil 00 buck loads throw tighter patterns that their standard velocity counterparts. And I don't need to use them because I'm recoil-sensitive; I've got two 10 gauges for crying out loud! :LOL:
lighter loads have less of a tendency to blow holes in a pattern...when you grow up shooting clays it's something you pay attention to when patterning a gun...thers nothing like watching a clay zip right through a visible pattern of shot or deflecting the wad without getting a piece taken out of it...
 
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