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Federal Premium Power Shok F1304B, 12 Gauge, 2 3/4 in, 34 Pellets, 1250 fps, #4 Lead Buckshot, 5 Rd/bx

Hinterland Item Number: 5640

Manufacturer Number: F1304B

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Our Price: $5.85
Condition: New In Box

Availability: In Stock

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Product Description

Many hunters use buckshot to bring home the venison, and with the dramatic power of Federal Ammunition's available loads, it's no wonder. Each load features a Triple Plus wad system that gives you better shot alignment and a granulated plastic buffer to keep shot pellets uniform in shape. Power-Shok Buckshot provides tight downrange patterns and better stopping power.

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Product Specifications

Gauge : 12
Type : Lead
Length : 2 3/4"
Ounces : 34 Pellets
Shot Size : 4 Buck
Muzzle Velocity : 1250 fps
Rounds/box : 5 Rounds Per Box, 50 Boxes Per Case
Drams : N/A

Product Reviews

Average Rating: (2 Reviews)

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Submitted By: Dennis H. On 04/10/2014

Good email notification’s… great price on this product and reasonable shipping cost. Dennis, South Eastern AZ

Rating: [5 of 5 Stars]

Submitted By: Patrick B. On 11/05/2011

On my wife's first year to hunt at this particular spot. I loaded the 12 gauge remington shotgun that my father bought me with #4 buckshot and placed her in a ground blind. She killed a 14 point nontypical buck with one shot! He did not take a step, she shot him as he was looking at her. The buck was about 34 yards away. The buckshot broke his neck but what was amazing is the fact that we found buckshot lodged just under the skin in his flank. The chest cavity was a mess (very good from my point), so even if she had not broke his neck, I do not believe he would have traveled over 50 yards.

Rating: [5 of 5 Stars]

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