Kent Cartridge Ultimate® Diamond Shot® Turkey Shotshells
I used 3" 2oz #6 shot shells and patterned them at 25yds, 35yds, 50yds, useing a primos tightwad choke. These are my results 50 yards dead turkey. 35 yards really dead turkey, 25 yards dead before he knows it turkey. Shot a water bottle at 50 yards just for good measure and it was obliterated. I used to use certain shells for turkey that started with a "W" and were double the cost. Not anymore
April 13, 2010
I shot these yesterday out of my Benelli Super Vinci at 40 yards with nothing more than a Crio Full Choke that came standard with my gun and I was very, very impressed. I couldn't believe how tight the shot held together! I had planned on buying the Kick's Gobblin' Thunder but I know now I'll save my money! Kent wasn't kidding around when they said that these would perform tight patterns. Don't waste your money and high dollar ammo unless you have nothing better to do with your money and feel like you need to fit in with THAT crowd. These will do just fine. If you can handle it buy the 3 1/2" 2 1/4oz. 6 Shot. Absolutely shredded the turkey head. I wish I would have took a picture so I could have posted it. Next time I will, because you can bet your money that I'll be feeding my Benelli with these come opening day. Bravo Kent and thanks for making a product that I know will perform the way I want it to!
February 18, 2011
I have a mossberg 835 pump 12 ga. I bought the 3 1/2 inch #4 shot. It has a little kick to it if you ask me, so hold it tight. The pattern looked pretty good at 30 yards on a regular white poster board using a mossberg lead only turkey choke. I don't know about any farther than that and I ain't tried it out on a tom yet, but I think it would get the job done.
December 26, 2009
i just went out and bought a couple boxes of these in 3inch 5shot. That definately was not a mistake i went out after i misted a bird with different shells at 50 yrds and a long beard stoped at 55 yrd i shot and bird flipped right over broke his neck and wing. using a 11-87 with tight wad choke
May 27, 2012