Ok, I've decided to start using my over/under 12 ga (Red Label) for hunting deer. I found a scope mount that will attach to the ribs. Question is... are the rifled choke tubes so I can use sabot rounds worth it or should I stick with rifled slugs? Do the rifled chokes work ok? Anybody have experience? 3 inches seems a short distance of rifling to stabilize the projectile, but I guess 3" works in handguns, eh. My internal debate so far: 1) Sabot ballistics are impressive if they work ok with just a rifled choke instead of a fully rifled barrel. 2) Sabot ballistics aside, I have cleanly taken deer at 100 yards with a 20 gauge rifled slug through a smoothbore 870. 3) Sabot choke costs $65 and rounds are $3 each, where rifled slugs are only a buck each. So after 30 rounds sabot = $155 and slug = $30 Any thoughts on this?