Bought some of these 12-gauge shells at the gun show in Cleburne. They have a
full bore size ball in front and 9 smaller balls behind. Called "Perfect 10".
I can remember using these in thick-ass brush when I was a kid hunting along the Chattahoochee back in Georgia, but it seems like the ball was loaded behind the buckshot so the buck would cut a path for the ball.
Doesn't make much difference in a home defense situation - Motherfucker ain't going to get up whether he gets the buckshot or ball first.