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Forgive me if this topic has been covered before, but out of curiosity, I'm seeing these "mini" shotgun shells, like 1-3/4" long.

Ok, cool, I imagine these are lighter than standard non-magnum loads.
But may I ask, are these Shells usable and will they properly feed and cycle-eject in shotguns such as semi-autos? Or Pumps?

Let's say use in my Belgian Browning A-5 Light Twelve?
Thank you.
 

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Forgive me if this topic has been covered before, but out of curiosity, I'm seeing these "mini" shotgun shells, like 1-3/4" long.

Ok, cool, I imagine these are lighter than standard non-magnum loads.
But may I ask, are these Shells usable and will they properly feed and cycle-eject in shotguns such as semi-autos? Or Pumps?

Let's say use in my Belgian Browning A-5 Light Twelve?
Thank you.
Will they work in an auto loader? Not a chance.
Pump? Maybe.
Only way to be truly reliable is some sort of break action. Largely a marketing gimmick in my opinion.
 

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I find the minii shells to work quite well in both my shockwave and full size 12-ga pumps. You need to use the opsol mini-clip so the shells will cycle properly, but they work quite well. I like the extra capacity it adds. On my shockwave, with a side saddle, I carry 21 shells. I have yet to have a failure to feed or eject.
 
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