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Winchester Super-X .410 3" #6 Shot 11/16oz 250 Rnd Case

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.410 Bore, Winchester Super-X Game and Field, 3", #6 Lead Shot, 11/16 ounce, 250 Round Case.

Want better, more dependable knock down power? Then load up with the legendary Super-X ammunition, made with the same skill, care and quality as when first introduced in 1922. Today Super-X is made using precise manufacturing processes and the highest quality components to provide consistent, dependable performance that generations of shooters continue to rely upon.

Non-returnable item.
Muzzle velocity: 1135 fps.
Max Dram equivalent load.
Uses: Upland Game.

Ammo price is per 250 round case.

Total number of Reviews: 3

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5.0 5
"This ammo is amazing! You don't expect a great shell when it's .410, but these things just blew my mind! I went crow shooting with these shells the other week and they are POWERFUL! Powerful enough to hit a crow at 35+ yards! The price startled me at first but they are definitly worth every penny! 6 out of 5 stars!"
5.0 5
"If the .410 bore shotgun is for you, so is this ammo!I am surprised that \"Marine\" got such good results in shooting crows. Must be that superior marksmanship training!This load will work well for what it is intended. The gentleman shooter (and the wiley Marine) will find this to be a fine load for lighter game. The .410 bore shoots more like a rifle (Marine shooting) and has a smaller pattern area than a 12 gauge. Hence the difficulty with less experienced, less skilled and less knowledgeable shooters.P.S. Marine: A little \"Semper Fi\" from a USAF SSGT!"
2.0 5
"I bought 2 boxes of these shells for my Remington Spartan 100 and was shooting small birds flying over head and didn't get one kill until I switched to Federals ammo. These loaded, fired, and ejected just fine but would not kill the birds."