Kent Cartridge Ultimate® Diamond Shot® Turkey Shotshells
Kent Turkey Loads
I've always had troubles get a good pattern with many different brands of shells for my 870 super-mag. My uncle gave me three Kent Turkey Loads one day and told me to give them a try. Well, i never got the chance to pattern them, so i just put one in the chamber and my Whinchester Supremes in the magazine incase i needed a back up. But i didnt need a follow up shot. The Kent Turkey Load almost took my gobblers head clean off! I've never done that much damage to a turkey's head! They are simply amazing, and for the price they are more than worth it. I reccommend anyone who's having trouble patterning their gun to give these shells i try. I guarantee you won't be dissatisfied.
April 17, 2009
Best Turkey Loads Ever
I tried Kent 3.5 6 shot after a friend told me about them. For the price of these shells, nothing comes close. The first 2 turkeys I bagged in 2010 season were taken using 3.5" 6 shot. out of my Mossberg 935. When I first patterned these shells I was totally amazed at how many pellets were in the killzone at 30+yds. I have a XFactor XFull choke tube on my 12gauge, and recently put one on the 20gauge I bought for my wife, and stepdaughte to use, and I am anxious to see how the Kent 3" 5 shot shells perform out of it. If they perform out of the 20 gauge as well as they do in my 12 gauge, then I may just leave the 12 gauge in the gun cabinet. So for the money, Kent shells can't be beat.
February 8, 2011
Powerful with a tight pattern
I fired 2 shots at 30 yards with the 3 1/2 inch load of #6 2 1/4 ounce and got a sixteen inch pattern. That is all I need to bag me a bird. The load kicks pretty good and it will drop the bird. All you need is one shot with these if you get a pattern like I did.
March 7, 2008
these loads are awful in my remington 870 12 gauge i patterned them at 20 yards and in a 12 inch cicle 12 pellets were in it
April 11, 2009