Winchester® Supreme® Turkey Loads Shotshells
The standard shell for bringing down tough gobblers at calling distance. Shoots straight and true, with good velocity and tight groupings. 10 rounds per box. Max Dram equivalent.
Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 11 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by nukehunter hard hitting these are my favorite load for turkey,just put the bead on the bird and say goodnight. good for 40 yds with my tru choke extra full and my 870. gobble gobble........POW !!!!! April 25, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by mkd61 winchester supreme 3" 2oz. #6 shot patterned these winchester western 3" number 6 shot 2oz loads 17 yrs ago when i first went hunting turkeys.i have shot 7 birds in 17 years and the closest was 15 yds and the longest three kills were 31 yds,46 yds,and this years shot of 53 yds.the bird dropped right where i shot him.this turkey load has worked consistently for myself and my hunting partner.my partner has also shot two birds at a distance of 46 yds and 54 yds in the past.we have several boxes of these because 17yrs ago we feared they would not be around or somehow would change.these are the hardest hitting 3" i have ever shot and maybe there's something better developed today but it's pretty hard to argue on the performance of these shells! May 2, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by hfieurfqieurfhpqehf best ever i have tryed all the other brands out there and winchester xx are the best shell i have ever uesed i shot a 3'' 6 2oz paterns verey good out of my mossburg 835 ulti mag out to 50 yards i killed a turkey at 65 yards last year and droped him like a stone if you try theys you will be imprest. March 2, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by hilljack13 Good turkey shot Bought these and two other brands with the intent of doing some pattern shooting before turkey season. I didnt get a chance to do so I just grabbed the first brand I saw. This just happen to be the one and opening day I dropped a gobbler @ 30 yrds. Using 20ga #5. June 26, 2011
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Details:can these be used in a older browning 12 gauge?
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