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5/5 Stars out of 16 Reviews
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Roger (NC) | June 14th, 2022
Great product, great shot pattern with manageable recoil. At least $3 cheaper than other shells that almost rip your thumb off. Shooting from my Mossberg 500 turkey gun with 20" barrel.
Jeffery (MO) | May 11th, 2022
Just has the man promised, awesome loads. 55 yards on a 26lb tom, dropped him. Get you some !
Eric Williams (Clinton, MO) | May 4th, 2022
Always fast shipping from BOSS, their TSS patterns extremely well and hits like the hammer of Thor.
Nick (Minnesota) | April 29th, 2022
21 yard shot on a 24.4lb tom. He was hit with that 2oz of 9 shot so hard his nerves never even let him twitch when he rolled back. My hunting partner has never seen a turkey die so fast, and he's been doing this since 1979!
Bryan (WI) | April 21st, 2022
I've never seen a turkey drop so hard as I did when I killed a spring wisconsin tom this year. 9 shot tss is the real real
ANDRES (Washington, NC) | April 18th, 2022
My son got a big tom in the swamp at 50 yds. Wouldn't come any closer. We patterned the #9 TSS load to 75 yds, so 50 yds was not asking too much of this shell per our pattern. My son shoots a Beretta A300 with a Carlson's Cremator Choke. Very happy with my purchase.
Shawn (Reading Michigan) | April 5th, 2022
I used the 12 ga 3in #9 last year. Witnessed 3 successful hunts on some Big Ole Toms. All being shot around 70 yards. Also watched a predator dropped at 75yd. I wont use anything else!
Terry Davidson (Southern IL) | April 2nd, 2022
I will never shoot lead at a turkey again. These shells are devastating to any gobbler head and neck that show up within 60 yds. Deadly with my Carlson's Turkey Choke.
Benjamin (Kannapolis, NC) | April 1st, 2022
Great load out of my Remington 870 3in chamber. I have the Carlson .640 choke and it throws this TSS in a great pattern out to 60yrds. I would recommend to friends and family.
Kyvon (Virginia) | March 14th, 2022
Absolutely filthy patterns pass +50 yards. Never have to worry about a bird getting away and that’s a promise