I have a question about buckshot that I am hoping somebody can help me with. I have never hunted with buckshot before and but have the opportunity to this year and might. The shotgun I have is a Winchester model 120, 20 gauge. I have hunted dove, quail, rabbits etc with it for 20+ years. I called Winchester and talked with them about chokes for buckshot and the person I talked to said improved cylinder is the way to go. I picked up a box of #4's and took it with me to the range the other day. I fired twice at a 24" X 24" target at 25 yards. Only three pellets hit the paper and they were spread out from corner to corner. I would not even consider taking this into the deer woods. Is there anything I can do to improve this? Different choke? Different size buckshot? I am fixing to retire from the Military and every dollar counts right now so buying something else is not an option at this time. Is the best idea to just wait till I can buy something more suited for this to hunt this area? It is buckshot only by the way. Any help or advice would be appreciated.