Federal shotgun shells are some of the most reliable shotgun ammunition available with higher end Premium loads as well as less expensive Classic loads. At Able Ammo, we carry the entire line of shotgun shells from Federal Cartridge including: Tungsten-Iron, Tungsten-Iron & Steel, Premium High Velocity Steel, Premium Slugs, Classic Steel, Classic Duck & Pheasant Steel, Classic Slugs, Premium Turkey, Premium Lead, Classic Lead, Classic Field Trial Loads, Gold Medal Target Loads, Premium Buckshot, and Classic Buckshot. We offer competitive pricing and superior customer service on all orders of Federal shotgun shells.
These slugs shot extremely well out of my 12 gauge Mossberg 500 with rifled barrel. 21/2 group at 90 yds with open sights ! I have shot a number of other slugs that were not as accurate and twice the cost, the closest was the lightfield exp, but like I said , it was twice the cost !! - MICHAEL E.
Amazing stuff. Patterned it a few weeks ago and it shooter tighter groups at 25 yards than other brands at 10. I use an 870 supermag with modified choke. The pattern at 25 yards was about 5.5" extreme spread with many of the pellets almost touching. If you want a torso spread at room distances this isn't for you, if you want to extend the range and precision of your scattergun while using buck then this is it. Of course your mileage may vary based on specific gun/conditions but I've been testing firearms and ammo for a long time and I'm super impressed. Lightning started hitting nearby or I would have kept extending the ranges. - JUSTIN
These shotgun shells are by far the best I have ever used. The Winchester model 12 that I have was purchased new by my father in 1955. He paid $250.00 for it and I could hardly lift it at the time. It makes a big noise and it kicks like crazy, but I have used it all of my life and I have absolute confidence in what it can do with me shooting it. The shells raise it to a new level and I would have never believed it. A hog is really hard to kill and many of the people that hunt them say you can not kill one with a shotgun. I no longer like to argue with people that are experts, but there are five hogs down here that would be happy to testify how these shells worked this year. The last hog and the real reason for the review weighted 250 pounds and I paced off 72 big steps. He never took a step. If you are a hunter, you know this sounds like a fish tale. - JAMES