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Hevi Shot Duck 12 Ga 2 3/4" 1-1/4 Oz Case 100 Rd

Hevi Shot Duck 12 Ga 2 3/4" 1-1/4 Oz Case 100 Rd


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Hevi Shot Duck 12 Ga 2 3/4" 1-1/4 Oz - Case 
Hevi-Shot's high velocity, high density Duck loads outshoot steel ammo with a 15% pattern improvement. They allow for extended range shots and put 50% more lethal pellets on target at 40 yards.


  • Mfg Item Number: 42322, 42324, 42326
  • Gauge: 12 Gauge
  • Type: Non-Toxic Waterfowl
  • Length: 2-3/4"
  • Ounces: 1-1/4oz
  • Muzzle Velocity: 1300 fps
  • Rounds Per Box: 10
  • Boxes Per Case: 10
  • Application: Hunting

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12/23/2018 9:45 am

Don't leave home without a box in your hunting coat.


Been shooting them for years after buying a case of #4's and a case of #2's. Have made some amazing shots using 2 3/4 inch shells and only use them on geese. I don't sky bust but sometimes a shot is required to drop a cripple and these shells are, simply put, amazing. Pricey to be sure but having them along can make a difference in bringing home waterfowl or losing a long distant cripple that sales over the horizon.

1/22/2019 8:56 am

Buy a box and see for yourself!

by TazChris

As all of us do. We change guns, we change ammo and so forth. All the rage was going from 2-3/4 to 3 and now to 3-1/2. Since we all had to leave lead (which I had the pleasure of shooting and it flat out worked) We have had to go to an alternate. In order for steel to perform you have to speed it up. To me it did the job just not great. So I went back a bit, and did this. I thought, if this Hevi Shot was as close to lead as we can get, lets try it. So I went to a 2-3/4" #4 Duck Load from them, it FLAT OUT KILLS better than numerous brands of steel in multiple shot sizes that I have used in the past several years. After using them all of this season it performs better. We are hunting flooded timber, from decoying and cupping up and some pass shooting. Woodies - Mallards - Gadwalls - Black Ducks. They are expensive, but to me and for me kills better with less shooting. If you are considering them try a box or two and see for yourself.