25 Rounds of #6 shot 20ga Ammo by Federal
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One of the greatest things about hunting quail is that you don’t have to worry about being heavily camouflaged. In fact, when you’re out for quail you should wear a bright orange vest to prevent accidents in your group since quail hunts are typically done in pairs or groups. When you go looking for quail you may find the population lacking due to the decline in recent years that many hunters attribute to their preferred habits being destroyed, in which case you should consider asking private land owners for permission to hunt on their property. Quail prefer areas that are a combination of open land and woody cover; they don’t like pasture land or heavy grass. Look near woody draws and fence rows for a covey, and when you find them, your shotgun had better be loaded with good ammunition.
This particular ammunition is for your 20 gauge shotgun. These shells have a 1 ounce load which is a nice, strong load capable of substantial force. Each shell is packed with #6 lead shot and bursts from the barrel of your shotgun with a muzzle velocity of 1165 feet per second. This is Federal’s Game Shok Heavy Field Load ammunition; it’s made specifically for hunting upland birds such as quail and woodcock and is also suitable for small game like squirrels and rabbits. Seasoned hunters using these shells praise their consistent feeding and ejecting and say they deliver nice, tight patterns.
You get 25 shells in this box of ammunition from Federal. Federal was founded in 1922 by Charles Horn and has built a fantastic reputation in the firearms industry. They use only high quality components in their ammunition and put all their products through extensive testing and strict quality control measures. When you buy Federal you know what you’re getting: well-made ammunition from an established American company. Production takes place at their plant in Anoka, Minnesota, right where it has since the early days. Order your 25-round box today and prepare to have a successful upland bird hunt.