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HEVI-Shot Magnum Blend Turkey Load Shotshells

   

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12 Gauge

5,6,7

MAX

Shot Type:
Lead

Velocity (fps):
1200

Shell Length:
3"

Quantity:
5 rounds

Ounces of Shot:
2 OZ
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12 Gauge

5,6,7

MAX

Shot Type:
Lead

Velocity (fps):
1200

Shell Length:
3.5"

Quantity:
5 rounds

Ounces of Shot:
2-1/4 OZ
  • $33.99

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20 Gauge

5,6,7

MAX

Shot Type:
Lead

Velocity (fps):
1200

Shell Length:
3"

Quantity:
5 rounds

Ounces of Shot:
1-1/4 OZ
  • $24.99

  • SKU: 1797733

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With Pattern-Density™ Technology, HEVI-Shot® Magnum Blend™ Turkey Load Shotshells features a blend of 5, 6, and 7 shot putting an average of 294 pellets in a 10" circle at 40 yards, extending your shotgun’s range and contributing to more and cleaner kills.

  • Blend of 5, 6, and 7 shot
  • Extends your shotgun's range
  • Average of 294 pellets in 10'' circle at 40 yards
HEVI-Shot Magnum Blend Turkey Load Shotshells 4.7 5 40 40
By far the best turkey load ever Started hunting with Hevi-Shot this spring and have been very impressed with this load. Bought two boxes and a Indian Creek turkey choke in March at the Bass Pro Shops in Leeds, Alabama .I shoot a Remington 870 with 3 1/2 shells and killed several turkeys over my lifetime and I've shot different choke/shells also. By far this HEVI-Shot is the BEST ever. I've killed 4 birds so far and 3 of them were 50 plus yards. 2 of them were in pasture and the other was in open hardwoods and the birds never ran or nothing, they flopped a little but that was it. I would not have a problem shooting a bird 60 yards with what I shoot.I'm ordering 4 more boxes to put up. GREAT PRODUCT and I will not shoot anything else out of my gun. PERFECTION has finally been reached in turkey loads as far as I'm concerned. April 15, 2011
One shot, one kill After zeroing in my red-dot scope on my turkey gun with "cheap" shells and seeing what that pattern looked like at 50 yards, I pulled out the Hevi-Shot to confirm the zero with the load I was going to hunt with. There is a noticable difference between this and standard turkey loads. The standard turkey loads tended to have a pattern that was uneven with little groups within the pattern. This load shot perfectly smooth across the entire pattern, which was about the size of a dinner plate at 50 yards using a turkey choke specifically made for heavier-than-lead. In the field, I bagged a nice gobbler with a 10" beard about 30 yards out and he went down easily. Maybe the cheaper stuff would have done the same thing, but I sure appreciated knowing I was shooting something with a pattern I could trust. April 25, 2012
Devastating Bullets I shot the 3.5 inch Hevi-Shot Magnum Blend through my Browning Maxus and had was really impressed with the performance. Patterning the gun I had 25-30 pellets in the head and neck all the way out to 50 yds with the Hevi-Shot Hevi-13 Turkey choke. Pattern was uniform, tight and accurate, and this stuff hits hard! A little hard on the shoulder, but you won't be complaining about it when you're picking up that Tom you just piled up. Any gobblers within 65yds are in trouble. May 9, 2014
Best shell ever used I have hunted most of my life ( 50 years) and the three inch Magnum Blend is the best turkey load I've ever used. I tested these shells at the range at forty and fifty yards and put 24 pellets in the kill zone at forty and 17 pellets in the kill zone at fifty. I was using a 870 pump with a twenty inch barrel and a hevy shot choke tube. The guys at the range couldn't believe that kind of performance at those ranges with that short barrel! The proof however was in the target to see. I actually believe that this setup will kill a gobbler further than fifty although I probably won't risk shooting any further than that since I don't want an injured bird escaping to die a slow death later. Use the best choke you have with these shells ( I highly recommend the heavy shot choke tube) and you won't be disappointed with this load. April 6, 2011
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They will work in any 20 gauge shotgun with any choke.
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All current 12 and 20 gauge Model 1300s have a 3"chamber and are designed to shoot all factory loads such as 3" Magnum, 23⁄4" Magnum, 23⁄4" High Velocity, 23⁄4" Field
and Target loads. The barrel can safely shoot both lead and steel shot.
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Hevi-shot Site says Magnum Blend is non-toxic , non-lead. Your product description says they are lead. Can you correct that?
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It is completely non-toxic and has no lead in it.
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Bass Pro has its descriptions labeled wrong. These shells are non-toxic, lead free.
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Not a lead based material!
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You are taking a chance on swelling your choke and or barrel. Go with a choke rated for high density shot.
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No. It needs to be hevi shot rated
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No. You need a choke that is made for heavier than lead, or you risk ruining the choke and possibly your barrel.
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no. needs to say steel or hevi shot on choke.
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HeviShot makes a turkey choke that is designed to work with their products. The HeviShot turkey tubes come in models that fit most shotguns. I get great patterning results out of my SX3 and Benelli Nova using Hevi tubes.
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Indian Creek Awsome!
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The HEVI-Shot choke tubes work very well with these loads. They are specificlly made to squeeze every ounce of performance out of the shells.
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The Hevi-Shot Turkey Choke tube system works best paired with this load.
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Only shot one choke with these shells and I've been very impressed with it. Bought Indian Creek Turkey choke and I would hate to know there is a better combination than this.Killed three birds at fifty plus yards.You can try other chokes/shells if you would like but I've found mine and I live to turkey hunt and that is all I study.
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The hevi shot choke tube made by hevi 13. Jelly heads work pretty good two
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Ihave used several brands, but the best two for my870 has been the heavy shot tube or an Indian Creek tube.
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As always, Patterning a shotgun for turkey hunting can be a time consuming adventure. I love to pattern new loads and new chokes to try and maximize my effective range. Pick yourself out a few different types of ammunition, and then buy a choke tube or 5. Mark each target with 1.) range 2.) ammunition used and 3.) choke used. this will give you an idea of which loads are going to pattern out of your shotgun / choke combo. have fun! These are great Turkey loads.
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I use a Rhino choke but my nephew is using an Jellyhead and it patterned well with both.
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My good friend uses these loads with a pure gold turkey choke. Pricey setup, but he has patterned it out to 60 yards, and killed birds out to 70 yards.
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I'd say personally a turkey choke. you can get them from bass pro in prolly any gauge you use. I know I myself have one for my Remington 870 Express 20 gauge in 20 gauge, just screws into the end of my barrel and I'm good to go.
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These blended loads are unbelievable at 30-40 yard range. But some of us turkey hunters are female ... thus 20 gage ! I hate having to reorder from one of your competitors that stocks these in 20 gage.
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Yes HEVI-Shot carries these in a 20ga load, they pattern very well when paired with a HEVI-Shot choke.
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These loads are available in 20 gauge. If you pair this shot with a Hevishot tube, you can expect your 30-40 yard range to be bumped up 20 yards more for those skiddish birds!
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If u go to hevi-shots website u can get shells for the 20ga i use the 3" #4s and they work great i can shoot 60 yards and still feel confident that it will be a 1 shot kill i was averageing 5-8 pellets in the kill at 50 and 60 yards this product works great at longer yards.
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Melonie, I would call them and ask if they could order them for you. Haven't seen any online but also if you live pretty close I would run by there and see if they have any. Sometimes they have stuff in the store but not online so go by there and check.
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There are only 5 shells in a box, and you only get one box for the price shown. These are super-premium shells meant for turkey hunting where you're really only likely to use one shot for one kill, so one box might last you an entire season.
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5 per box. one box.
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There are five shells in a box. Most people usually buy two boxes, one to pattern their gun and one to hunt with.
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the 20 ga u get 10 shells and 12ga u only get 5
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5 Shells per box, One box per price ( around $20 ) These are the top of the line turkey loads! They deserve every penny you spend on them. I would probably buy 2 boxes if i had never used this load before, 5-6 rounds to pattern and 4-5 rounds for hunting. Remember that turkey hunting isnt like shooting clays, hopefully you are only shooting one shell per turkey! Spending a little extra money for increased range and effective energy is money well spent in my books!
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5 shells and 1 box for the price. once you sight in, you shouldn't use more than 2 a season
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20 shells in a box. I don't think that there is a limit on the purchases.
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The box size looks like 5/box. Yes, that's $4+ per shell, but you are not dove hunting with these things. Deer hunters never hesitate to pay upwards of $2/shot. $4 is absolutely inconsequential in the overall cost of getting a big ol' gobbler home. If you were in a situation where you could legally take a second bird, would you hesitate to shoot because of the price of the shell? Not me! Hevi-shot is the deadliest stuff out there.
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Hevi Shot always comes 10 shells to the box
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Generally there are 25 shells per box, however some of the manufacturers are marketing a 20 round box..
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You get 5 shells in a box and 1 box for that price lol
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