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Winchester® offers a wide range of versatile Super-X® High Brass Shotshells, so you can find the perfect load for upland and small game hunting. Perfectly matched combinations of shot loads and drams of powder, combined with hard, concentric lead shot and premium 1-piece hinged wads deliver consistently hard-hitting, dense patterns that bring down roosters over corn stubble or woodcock in heavy forest. Winchester 209 primers and high quality, clean burning powder ensure reliable ignition every time the striker drops, while keeping your shotgun clean and functioning. Winchester Super-X High Brass Shotshells are loaded with premium, reloadable plastic hulls and high brass bases.
Winchester® Super-X High Brass Game Loads Shotshells
Not a bad load
These 12 Gauge shells i the #5 shot load that have used I never had a problem with. Great patterns and great performance. Recoil is normal for a high base load. Not too hard but not soft. Harder than the game loads. Not as bad as a turkey load though.
February 6, 2008
Super X 28 gauge 8's
pattern incredibly well in my double 28 gauge! I pattern all of my
shotguns extensively, using different choke and load combinations.
Pattern density and uniformity with open chokes at 25 to 35 yard range
exceeds anything I have found in my 20 and 12 gauges. Going to
intermediate chokes, they pattern very well out to 40 yards as well.
They have a moderate recoil in my light 5 1/2 pound gun, but not
noticed when field shooting. Makes me look good when I'm folding birds
better at close field range than my buddies with their 12 gauges. Shot
to shot uniformity is excellent. High pellet count (1 oz of # 8's),
even pellet distribution without clumping with open chokes, and normal
velocity keeps the pattern from blowing. Use of #8 shot makes for more
lethal hits (head and neck) without damaging as much meat on those
birds flushing over dogs and staying within 35 yards compared to larger
pellet sizes. Give them a try with your 28 gauges and see if you don't
September 16, 2006
I have always used 6 shot for rabbits. If hunting them in thick cover with the shots being close, use a low brass field load. If hunting them in a relatively open area where the shot could be long, use a high brass heavy load.
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