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Default .410 Brass Shotshells for the S&W Governor

Hello fellow S&W gun lovers,
has anyone tried brass hulled .410 Bore shotshells in their
S&W Governor revolver. I have used two brands of .410 Bore
brass hulls (Rocky Mountain Cartridge and Hornady 405 Winchester Brass, which in my opinion) makes the strongest brass hulled .410 Bore shotshells. I have used the 405 Win- chester brass to make some "Super Slugs" for use in
my rifled barreled .410 Bore shotgun but, .410 Bore slugs aren't large enough to engage the rifling in the S&W Governor.
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