Winchester® Double X High-Velocity Turkey Shotshells

   

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12 Gauge

5

Shot Type:
Lead

Velocity (fps):
1300

Shell Length:
3"

Quantity:
10 rounds

Ounces of Shot:
1-3/4 OZ
  • $17.99

  • SKU: 533506

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12 Gauge

6

Shot Type:
Lead

Velocity (fps):
1300

Shell Length:
3"

Quantity:
10 rounds

Ounces of Shot:
1-3/4 OZ
  • $17.99

  • SKU: 533523

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12 Gauge

4

Shot Type:
Lead

Velocity (fps):
1300

Shell Length:
3"

Quantity:
10 rounds

Ounces of Shot:
1-3/4 OZ
  • $17.99

  • SKU: 643109

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The ultimate force in stop-'em-cold hitting power, even at long range. Quality made, with extra-hard, fully buffered copperplate shot, Mark 5 shot collars and a magnum load of specially blended propellants. Max dram equivalent. 10 rounds per box.
Winchester® Double X High-Velocity Turkey Shotshells 4.4 5 25 25
best turkey load. period. i use the 3" 1-3/4 OZ #5 SHOT. it does not get any better. as accurate as it gets and groups perfectly. never had a problem. a+!!! July 28, 2011
Very good for Mossberg 935 I've shot several brands through my Mossberg 935 with Kick's Globblin Thunder .680 choke. So far, I like these shells in 3 1/2" #5 and #6 the most. I even like them better than the high dollar X-tended Range shells. The only premium brand I haven't compared to is HEVI-13's. March 26, 2011
Only Shell I use for turkeys I use the 3" #6s through a Browning Factory Extra Full turkey Choke.I have taken several turkeys with this load. I don't like to shoot far, but I have taken birds at 43 and 55 yards this past turkey season. May 27, 2010
o.k turkey loads I patterned these loads with my twenty gauge mossberg 500 with a full choke that came with the gun [thats all i had at the time,im going to get an aftermarket choke tube before next turkey season]. I had a big peice of cardboard so i spray painted a line two inches wide, and eight inches tall. I then shot at 40 yards and had eight hits in the mark [i actually wasn't expecting any more than that.] I wasn't very pleased about the results but i took them hunting anyway, three of us were in a ground blind, two of us had guns and the other had his bow. He was going to shoot first, we had the guns for backup,and I was filming the hunt. Long story short, five gobblers came in and he shot with his bow and missed, the other kid shot and drilled one with his 12 gauge. the kid with the bow grabbed my gun and shot at one at 56 yards and dropped it stone cold in its tracks. It was the luckiest shot any of us ever saw. I think next year im going to get the federal mag shok heavyweights paired up with an aftermarket choke tube. I gave them four stars because they didnt pattern very well. I bought these because i waited to long and the federals were out of stock. I think i would recommend getting a higher quality turkey load. April 26, 2010
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