Depends on the caliber/gauge, the load and your particular firearm. If you're talking about promo loads, they are all over the board and there is no guarantee that the Ferdington Squirrelinators you bought on sale at WallyWorld last July will behave like the ones you bought on black Friday.Which is better ammo in your opinion and why? Maybe there is no difference?
That is the only way to know for sure. Let us know how they do, I'm curious about a slug that claims it works in both type barrels.Has anyone shot the Winchester Rackmaster slugs and if so, what is your opinion of them? I`m thinking of grabbing a box or 2 and running them through my rifled barrel and smoothbore barrel as they are supposed to be for both. Thanks for your input.
IIRC Rio makes papers. I haven't seen them in person much less shot any so I cannot comment on their merits in the olfactory dept. Or maybe I'm confusing it with Sellier & Bellot. It's one of those euro companies, anyway.I like the reloadability of Remington shotshells, yet, I also love the aroma of paper shotshells when they eject from my break open trap shotgun and only Federal still offers paper shotshells as far as I know.
As far as performance of factory loadings, if I miss a bird, it's probably not the ammo's fault.