Each 28 gauge shell holds a 3/4 ounce load of #9 lead shot within the protective sleeve of a cushioning wad. The wad not only serves to protect pellet shape and tighten patterns downrange but to soften the recoil impulse for shooters that don't want to deal with excessive bruising. Behind the wad is a precise measure of high-energy propellant that burns cleanly and won't leave behind any metal-degrading residue in your shotgun. The wad, shot, and powder are all contained within a moisture-resistant hull and brass head that is equipped with a non-caustic 209 primer. As a nod to experienced shooters who have provided real-world feedback, the top of each hull has a raised and rounded edge for quicker and smoother loading.
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