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    Quote Originally Posted by rice 123 View Post
    it takes a lot more time to put 5 shells in a pump shotgun
    Agreed but the doctrine is to load as you consume so you don't run out like that, use a couple and top up. That's if possible. If you go through them, you do learn how to thumb them in quickly, trust me. Not like changing a mag but I've seen mag change fumbles too.

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