ok.. have had a chance to read up on it.

I see it comes with two choke inserts. one for the .410 to hold a goot pattern, and a rifled one for when shooting .45lc


any harm in leaving the rifled insert in when shooting shot or buckshot aside for perhaps a bit looser pattern?

IE, might be nice to have this out onthe farm, have the first load as a #6 or something like that for a snake or varmint, and have the other 4 rounds as 45lc for close encounters.. like a hog.. er cattle poacher..

so any -damage- to leaving the rifled one in? I would think no as the shot or buck pellets are smaller diameter than the .45lc slug.