12 GA 2-3/4" MAG 1-1/4 oz. #4
4.98/5 Stars out of 64 Reviews
Jim Pienkowski (Buchanan MI) | May 6th, 2022
They do the job every hunter wants them to do. They kill ducks!
Curt | April 13th, 2022
Took a couple boxes of 2/3" #4s goose hunting with friends last season. They laughed at my "little" shells compared to their 3.5" magnums. They didn't laugh when geese started falling out of the sky. I just made another order.
Dave (Western Minnesota) | April 5th, 2022
These appear to be some high quality shells, looking forward to trying them on late season winter roosters in western Minnesota. A good price for bismuth and the order came promptly, thanks!
Dusty (USA) | March 24th, 2022
Smash !! Fewer cripples. Better patterns.
Martin F Chen (Western Washington) | February 23rd, 2022
Hello, I preordered 4 boxes of shorty #4's and got them promptly. Have to wait until the season opens next fall to see how they work.
perry (PA) | February 21st, 2022
The best shells I've ever used. They pattern better than anything else I've ever tested. The number 4 and 5 shot has been amazing on pheasants with 11 out of 11 birds flushed this season being instant drops with no cripples. I'm looking forward to trying the number 8 shot next dove season
Fred Lauer (Pennsylvania) | February 17th, 2022
I haven’t used the short shells yet as our season is out but I shot the 1 1/2 oz #2 for geese this season on 10 and 11 pound canadas and was pleased with the knock downs and reasonable recoil from them. I expect similar results from the short shells that I got for ducks.
MIke Wessels (Harsens Island) | February 16th, 2022
I have been using this shells for 3 years...it is my only shell i carry now for ALL waterfowl hunting I do. No more switching back and forth when the geese are working the duck hole. No more having my shoulder pounded by 3 1/2 inch shells. I shoot less cripples, I shoot less shells, I shoot more doubles and triples due to less recoil. I love these shells.
John (Georgia) | February 16th, 2022
The reports from guides and hunters I know have been outstanding on the power and pattern these shells produce. Looking forward to shooting these 2 3/4 inch shells in flooded timber.
Zachary (Kansas) | February 14th, 2022
I have shot multiple shells at birds from Alabama through Kentucky and all the way out to Kansas and there's no questions on what shells pattern better and simply knock them dead. I will shoot Boss Shells until I can't pull the trigger anymore.