Purchased this ammo a few months ago to shoot in my 1953 savage model 24 22r/.410 bore combo gun that can't shoot steel. Took it quail hunting for the first time yesterday I only shot one quail but the ammo did its part. One shot, on kill. The ammo is a bit pricey but were talking about bismuth .410 ammo here, not exactly the most common ammo, and plus the joy of getting an old gun out into the field is worth it. Will buy more when I run out. -
I bought these shells to shoot at clays from a yildiz SXS w fixed chokes. Every shell functioned fine and I could find no complaints. Way way cheaper then the major brands and did the exact same thing. I would definitely buy them again and for clay shooting from my double they functioned fine. - R. L.
Bought four boxes of this load and used them dove hunting and snipe hunting. Found them to be an excellent load. Because of slower fps of shot had to really increase my lead on targets.
However, the killing power is there. Did not have a single jam or misfire in the four boxes shooting my Remington 1100 semi-auto. Thanks for making it available. - T. V.