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Winchester SBS12L Blind Side 12 Ga 3 1/2" 1-5/8 Oz -Case

Winchester SBS12L Blind Side 12 Ga 3 1/2" 1-5/8 Oz -Case

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SKU: SBS12LC
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Winchester SBS12L Supreme Elite Blind Side 12 Gauge 3.5 Inch 1-5/8 Ounce - Case
Blind Side by Winchester Ammunition features Hex steel shot high packing density a diamond-cut wad and the Drylok super steel system. This is the most innovative waterfowl load in history and each box contains 25 rounds.

Specifications:
  • Mfg Item Number: SBS12L
  • Gauge: 12 Gauge
  • Type: Blind Side
  • Length: 3.5"
  • Ounces: 1-5/8 oz
  • Muzzle Velocity: 1400 fps
  • Rounds Per Box: 25
  • Boxes Per Case: 10
  • Shot Type: Hex
  • Application: Hunting

Ratings & Reviews

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8/8/2017 4:13 pm

Lethal

by John

Years ago I spent a few extra dollars on a new shotshell that I saw at my local hunting store and I can't convince myself (even with buddies prodding) to ever buy anything else. The pattern I achieve, the number of pellets in the zone and the reliability are the best I have ever shot. From cupped up shots over dekes to pass shooting on the river and fields, these shells are top shelf.

11/1/2019 10:51 am

INSPECT CRIMPS

by Chet

CASE MARKINGS: 18T3MK16 014 SBS12L2 250 (10 boxes)
<br>Look at your shells, as for mine, every other shell is over-crimped. The machine metering shot might be throwing light loads, meaning less HEX in the shell, forcing crimps to fold into the void. More than a few over-crimp shells have shot missing. Poor quality control, used “as is” during recoil HEX might spill into the magazine from shells held in reserve …resulting with rattled out HEX and a polluted magazine. I’m 72 and used to drop wax on crimp ends back in the 1960s to waterproof PAPER shells (that proves how old I am). Now, I’ll do it to keep HEX from dribbling out. This is no fault of Mack’s; Winchester just needs better quality control. The other CASE bought (38T3MI 04 008) has one in five shells same condition.