You can, but I wouldn't advise it.
You would need a rifled choke tube to fire sabots from your smooth bore shotgun. See a firearms dealer for more information about obtaining one for your particular shotgun.
Yes. Rifled slugs are intended for smoothbore barrels (abot slugs aer for RIFLED barrels). Best accuracy with rifled slugs is USUALLY a modified choke, but can be safely fired thru any choke less than EXTRA full choke.
it could possibly destroy your choke tube so remove it before shooting slugs. but the slug is rifled just for that purpose shooting it out of a smooth bore shotgun
Depends on how old the shotgun is.
yes that's what theyre made for
Pellets or slugs. shotguns usually shoot shot or pellets, but you can shoot slugs. in Indiana we use a shotgun to hunt deer and use shotgun slugs, better to use a barrel with no choke in it. cylinder bore preferred.
Rifled slugs. Sabot slugs will not be as accurate- hose are meant for rifled barrels.
Yes, you can shoot rifled slugs out of a smooth-bore barrel with any choke. Pattern with different manufacturer's slugs, and at different distances to see which works best. Different guns like different ammo so see what yours likes. If it is a smooth-bore, do not use sabots.
Needs to be checked out by a good gunsmith
Of coarse that's what slugs do :)
Cylinder bore- no choke at all.