I bought a Remington 870 Express Tactical shotgun a while back to use for home protection. I keep it between my bed and night table concealed by the decorative fabric that hangs down from our bedpost so it's out of sight. Every night I load it with 5 rounds of double 00 buckshot in the tube, then I rack one of the 5 rounds into the chamber with the safety on. When I leave the house the next day I unload the gun by ejecting the chambered shell first by cycling the action(pump) and then push up on the shell feed to activate the spring latch to drop the other 4 shells out the bottom. Since the shells came in boxes of 5 I know when the box is full and I see the orange spring return plus slide the action once or twice more for good measure the gun is unloaded.. My question is if this is in any way bad for the shells. Most indoor ranges don't allow you to shoot buckshot around here and the only other place I can shoot it is a friends property that I only visit once or twice a year. Is this OK or will it cause problems with the ammo or gun in any way?