I am wanting to start some waterfowl hunting, but I only have my 1920s Remington M11. I have been looking around to determine what non-toxic (i.e. no-lead) shot I can use. It seems steel, which is the most widely available and least expensive alternative, is right out. Apparently my barrel won't like it. There are higher-density alloys that could work, but I can't confirm what is safe for my old shotty. It sounds like tungsten-matrix, or other comparable shot components are what I need, but I can't seem to narrow down who the hell makes them. The ones I know of are:
Remington Wingmaster HD - but I think this is hard shot, so no good
Any ideas? Besides buying a new shotgun? Me and the wife have already planned out all my money for the year. ;)
Any help is appreciated. Thanks in advance.
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6 years 2 days ago, 7:58 PM