25 Rounds of #4 shot 12ga Ammo by Federal
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A few things to remember about turkeys: they may not be able to smell you, but they have incredibly keen eyesight, so there’s a good chance they’re going to see you. With that in mind, wear camo and consider adding face paint to your ensemble. In fact, a camo shotgun is also a good idea. When you’re out there, be safe; one way to watch your back – literally – is by setting up with your back against a big tree. It has the added benefit of providing concealment. Also, don’t wear anything red, blue, or white, because those are the colors on a gobbler’s head. And if you’re walking in or out with a decoy, drape it with something bright orange.
These shotgun shells are made by Federal, a company that’s been around since 1922. When Charles Horn got the company off the ground almost 100 years ago he was trying to turn around a floundering business; today Federal is considered a leader in the ammunition world. For the past century their high quality ammunition and innovative ideas have kept experienced shooters coming back for more and brought new shooters in, and they’ll undoubtedly continue that legacy of excellence as they enter their second century in business. Federal knows ammunition, and for your turkey hunt, they have these Federal Game Shok shells.
These 12 gauge Game Shok shells are loaded with a 1 ¼ ounces for excellent power. Each shell is full of #4 shot and is 2 ¾” in length. When you go hunting you need impressive speed, and these rounds deliver with a muzzle velocity of 1220 feet per second. This ammunition is great for turkeys and upland birds in general and can also be used for target shooting. Some shooters have used this #4 shot for little game such as rabbits as well. You get 25 rounds in this single box of ammunition from Federal which is just enough to get hooked on their Game Shok ammunition. Federal manufactures their quality rounds at their plant in Anoka, Minnesota. Get your order in today and get hunting without delay.