Winchester® Super-X® Buckshot Shotshells
First off, in Louisa, VA, rifles are unlawful, and due to the thick brush and hilly terrain, making dog drives with shotguns loaded with buckshot is the standard way to hunt deer. These loads fit the bill perfectly, I dropped a 10&1/2 inch spike sneaking through our drive at 80 yards on the second shot and a large 6 pointer that tried to come from behind us on a later drive this past season using these. They have great power to reach out there, yet low enough recoil for good follow-up shots. I use the 3" 00 magnum loads and 3" #1's, but the 2 3/4" shells kick considerably less.
June 12, 2010
Hard hitting load
I hunt coyotes almost year round and a lot of my calling areas require me to call in thick cover where shots are close. I have been using these loads in 3 1/2" #4 buck for about two years now, and they are absolutely devastating to coyotes, fox, and bobcat out of my full choke mossberg 835...can't beat the price either.
August 11, 2006
Great shell for the price
I have used all the 2 3/4 inch, 3 inch, and the 3 1/2 inch magnum loads and was very impressed with the performance that I have had with them. Very great shells!!!
September 16, 2007
the brown is down
well for starters, i just want to say good job. ive shot 5deer this year and all have droped in there tracks. the first one was a big spike he ran about only 100 yards after 6 shots. the second was a doe that was i reckon about 150lbs she droped on the first shot at 20 yards in a swamp. the third was a big big five hes 15 and a half wide from tip to tip. he droped like a sack of taters on a hot sunny day. i was in the same spot yesterday 4 days after christmas and killed a nine and a five together at the same time(withen seconds) and they ate the mud in the swamp. the funny part was the beagles wernt chasing them. the nines at the taxidermins as we speek. keep dog hunthing alive join vahda winchester great job. the dreer dont thank you tho.
December 30, 2009