25 Rounds of 7/8 ounce #7 Shot (Steel) 20ga Ammo by Federal
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Duck hunting requires a few specific tactics for a successful outing, and although quite a bit depends on experience, that doesn’t meant there aren’t ways you can improve your odds. A common mistake hunters make is taking the shot when ducks is shooting early. Ducks that are either too far away, too high up, or moving too fast aren’t good targets. Try not taking a shot while a duck’s wings are still beating; if you can wait for them to lock up their wings, you can be more confident in your shot because that means they’re slowing down. Many hunters wait to take a shot until they can clearly see the duck’s eye. Don’t get ahead of yourself. Be patient, and you’ll get your duck.
If you hunt with a 20 gauge, these rounds are for you. They’re got a 7/8 ounce load with #7 buckshot; as long as you’re within range, these rounds will bring waterfowl down. And because they’re steel shot you don’t have to worry about lead toxicity in the water or areas where lead is outright banned. Each shell is 2 ¾ inches long and has a muzzle velocity of 1210 feet per second. These shells are good for waterfowl hunting and shooting skeet, clays, and trap. Federal is known for their dedication to quality, and these are well-made shells that perform consistently and cycle reliably.
There are 25 rounds in this box of ammo from Federal, so you’ll have enough to get some hunting time in. You might want to consider ordering more than one box to be sure you won’t run out at a crucial moment and also to get some target practice in ahead of time. Without accuracy you’re not going to have a good hunt, so take the time to hit the range. Federal was founded in 1922 by Charles Horn, who worked hard to build up the once-failing company. He was more than a little successful, and today Federal is among the leaders in the industry. Federal manufactures their ammunition at their longtime plant in Anoka, Minnesota. You want a heavy duck strap, don’t you? Order now.