25 Rounds of 12ga Ammo by Federal - #4 shot

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Ammo Overview

Quantity - 25 rounds per box
Manufacturer - Federal
Load - 12 ga 2-3/4" 1-1/4 Ounce #4 Lead Shot


#4 12 gauge shot is a versatile shot size that can be used for everything from field work on turkey and other birds, to home defense and even moderately sized game (where regulated to include these shot sizes). The fact that it is reasonably priced still, and offers premium power on target, the #4 shot offers a very compelling argument to have a bunch on your shooting shelf. The heavy field load from Federal is a 2 ¾” shell that offers a full 1 ¼ ounce of shot in a flight controlled wad that is easily shot out of any modern shotgun with a 12 gauge chambering.

Federal’s attention to detail at factory, ensures that your ammunition will be good to go when you get it. They are known for their particularly rigorous quality control standards.

This is a moderately recoiling round, as it is sending out a large payload of heavy shot with a lot of powder behind it. The hulls can be reloaded and feature a high base which is more desirable when firing out of any semi auto or pump gun.

This product is a single box – want to load up with the full case of this 12 gauge ammo? Get the bulk 250 round package for sale here

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Posted On: 9/28/2011 By: jeff forst

A: Bears are extremely large and strongly-built animals with well-protected vital organs and central nervous systems. #4 shot, or even 00 buckshot, will not reliably penetrate deep enough to immediately reduce a bear's ability to harm you. Slugs are recommended for defense against bears, along with other prevention techniques such as discarding of food and waste properly and a knowledge of fieldcraft.

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