12 Gauge Winchester Super X Turkey 3 inch 1210 FPS 1 7/8oz #4 Copper Plated Hard Shot (10 count)


$ 1.45 Per Round

260 in stock

Introducing the Winchester 3 Inch Super X 1 7/8oz #4 Shot Copper Plated Hard Shot Turkey Load – the ultimate ammunition choice for turkey hunters. This specialized load is crafted to deliver outstanding precision and stopping power, ensuring a successful turkey hunting experience.

Designed for the pursuit of gobblers, the Winchester Super X features a substantial 1 7/8oz payload of #4 copper-plated hard shot. This combination of hard shot and a dense pattern offers unparalleled accuracy and effective knockdown power, making it ideal for taking down those elusive turkeys.

With Winchester’s renowned reputation for quality and innovation, this ammunition ensures consistent and reliable performance in the field. Elevate your turkey hunting game with Winchester Super X, and enjoy the confidence that comes with trusted ammunition technology, giving you the edge in your pursuit of that trophy bird.

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Weight 1.5 lbs
Dimensions 4 × 2.75 × 1.75 in
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