Federal Premium Top Gun Target Load Shotshells
Top Quality Shells
I often hunt small game such as Squirrel and have been blown away with the results from the 7.5's. I shoot a 12 gauge, Remington 870, 28inch barrel, with a modified choke and have had no problem knocking down squirrels up to 40 yards. The pattern is tight and consistent with good knock down power. Due to the light kick, if you miss, you can often follow up with a second shot. Also an awesome trap shooting load. Great quality at an inexpensive price.
November 10, 2013
Great target loads
Bought three cases of the 3 Dram loads and they are great target loads. Wish I would have had more money to afford more cases. They are just a bit faster than the loads sold at Wal-Mart, but very consistent.
December 19, 2012
Excellant skeet loads
I've been shooting Top Gun loads in both 20ga and 12ga for several years now and am very pleased with their overall quality and performance. A very good value.
I did have a minor problem with some of their 20ga loads out of 1 case lot...the crimps were "crowning" on a few shells in each box. This didn't seem to hinder the performance and after shooting several boxes I decided to notify Federal with the problem. I sent them a few samples to inspect and they contacted me back within 2 weeks saying thank you...and they surprised me with 2 replacement boxes of the same loads...even though I had never asked for reimbersmant of any kind. I felt Federal customer service addressed the problem quite well and continue shooting Federal's for all of my clay games.
October 31, 2012
Put these in your shotgun, pull the trigger, watch clay birds disappear. That's what I did. Seriously though, I'm not a good enough shooter to notice any difference between these and high dollar shells on the sporting clays range, I'm lucky to shoot an 80 out of 100 day - usually in the mid 70's. Regardless, I shot a case of these through a Benelli Super Sport and a Franchi O/U and they worked fine. Post shoot cleaning was about typical, not too bad, and a great price.
November 30, 2012