Red dots and shotguns
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This depends on the loads used. A slug will drop at a different rate than bird shot will. It may be close, but you'd be better off taking the shotgun to the range and shooting it to find out. Aim for the center of a large target at different distances and see at what distances the red dot is still accurate. This will change from one load to the next as well as from one slug to the next.
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