Skip to main content

Hevi Shot Duck 20 Ga 3" 1-1/4 Oz Box 10 Rd

Hevi Shot Duck 20 Ga 3" 1-1/4 Oz Box 10 Rd


In Stock

Going Fast: Limited Quantities Left!

Please select options before adding to cart



Hevishot Duck 20 ga 3" 1-1/4oz 10Box/10Case

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.

Gauge :20 Gauge
Type :Hevi-Shot
Length :3"
Ounces :1-1/4 oz
Muzzle Velocity :1250 fps
Rounds Per Box :10
Boxes Per Case :10
Application :Hunting

Ratings & Reviews

3 reviews

  • 4 stars
  • 0 reviews
  • 3 stars
  • 0 reviews
  • 2 stars
  • 0 reviews
  • 1 star
  • 0 reviews
10/18/2017 10:36 pm

20 Gauge Lover

by Bill Steele

My daughter used HS Duck 20 gauge shells to take her first teal.
<br>The teal folded perfectly thank you thank you HeviShot for making
<br>the absolute best ammo on the market

2/4/2019 8:31 pm

Hevi Shot 20 ga. for instant goose/crane kills

by Gunrunner Auctions

Have a lease where we can only use sub bores on geese and sandhill cranes, so we chose #2 and #4 Hevi-Shot with IC choke. Devastating kills at all ranges! Hevi-Shot penetrated deep into the breasts and broke bones. Head or neck shots resulted in instant kills. My girlfriend killed a HUGE crane with a wing span of at least six feet and a breast on it like a turkey! Some recoil for sure in inertia operated autos, but tamer in gas pipes. We just finished a late season and whacked 20 or so with #2 and #4's at ranges of 15 yards to 50 yards. Requires little choking, so suggest SK or IC tubes. Have used ALL of the competition brands and Hevi-Shot is MUCH better than steel. Wyoming.

11/19/2019 11:25 am


by Tony

I took these shells on a guided specklebelly hunt and received leery looks from everyone in the blind including the guide. He said, that's all you brought, a 20 ga. ? it was a slow morning, we finally managed to have a pair of specklebellys take a look. The guide arbitrarily jumps up and takes the 1st shot without warning and flat out misses at 40 yards. I then managed to shoot while flaring and harvest the first one while other people in the blind unloaded at the second with all misses. My second shot was a minimum 50 yard shot which dropped the second and final specklebelly. Everyone in the blind was shooting 12 ga 3 1/2" steel BB. I never heard another word about my 20 ga. If you think that sounds impressive, you should see how it performs on mallards. I know they are on the expensive side but look at it this way. You spend thousands on leases, guns, equipment, etc., so why should we skimp on the most vital component ? The ammunition you shoot is everything...