Hunting waterfowl such as ducks is not only enjoyable but rewarding. All the work of a hunt from preparation to setting up your blind to working with your dog – it all centers around making that shot, getting a clean kill and heading home with some birds to show for your efforts. One of the most important things to remember during a duck hunt is to be patient. Take your time, and don’t rush your shot. All too many hunters rush to get a shot off the instant they see ducks in the air when the reality is you’re more likely to have great success if you take your time. Exercise patience and you’ll be able to get off a few shots and bring down a few birds rather than rushing and botching the moment.
These rounds are made by Federal for your 12-gauge shotgun. They have a 1 3/8 ounce load which is fantastic for providing the kind of compelling force necessary to propel projectiles towards your targets with sufficient power and speed. Each shell is 3 ½” long and filled with #2 steel shot. These rounds leave your shotgun’s barrel at the impressive muzzle velocity of 1550 feet per second and provide all the energy you need for a clean kill. Federal manufactures these shotgun shells specifically for waterfowl hunting but they’re also good for off-season practice; smart, successful hunters practice outside of hunts to ensure greater accuracy.
When you order one box of this ammunition you get 25 rounds, which is just enough to get you going and also to get you hooked on Federal’s quality and performance. The 25-round box is a great size for tossing in your range bag or stacking in your safe since, as well know, shotgun shells can get heavy, so having a smaller box is a good idea. Federal manufactures ammunition at their longtime plant in Anoka, Minnesota. They’ve been in business for almost 100 years and they’ve certainly got the process down to an exact science. Whether you’re heading out on a hunt or need to get some training in, order now and feed your gun these high quality, American-made shotgun shells.
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