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5/5 Stars out of 8 Reviews
Mike (West Chester Pa) | November 30th, 2021
I have two old 16g SxS Doesn’t matter which one I grab I grab the Boss shells and I am good to go for waterfowl. Easy Peasy
Brad (Rhode Island) | November 30th, 2021
Used these 16ga in a 1957 model 37 Ithaca and a model 12 50’’ish, 40 yard wood duck shots 2 man limit in 25 mins. Not one cripple.
Karl (Central Missouri) | November 28th, 2021
Normally I hunt Canadians with a Citori and 3 inch shells. I recently acquired a new model Sweet 16 and decided if I can find the right shell I would give it a try. A friend of mine told me about Boss and I ended up ordering up several boxes of 3s. Early season came along and out we went. Long story short I doubled up on a pair of fairly high fliers. To say I’m impressed with the performance of these shells is an understatement. Tight patterns and hard hitting. It’s turned my upland gun into my go to waterfowl gun.
John Pleau (Gig Harbor, WA) | November 4th, 2021
I have been shooting ducks and geese with Federal 2’s and BB’s with my Browning A5 Sweet 16 for years. I decided to try Boss purple 16 #3’s this year. So far, so good. Opening day shot 3 Cacklers and the next weekend shot a couple huge honkers. I am believer now in Boss 16 gauge #3’s!
Duane Westerbuhr (Montana) | October 26th, 2021
Great shells! Thank You! Now to find a late model sweet sixteen!
Bob Curtis (Redfield SD) | October 25th, 2021
I have shot everything from ducks to giant Canada geese with these shells in the decoys. I am 67 yrs old and remember hunting waterfowl with lead shot loads. Shooting these loads is like shooting the good lead loads again. Ca wait to get some in 12 ga
David L (Tennessee) | October 19th, 2021
Hunted with a 16ga for the first time last season, and got my first double, pair of Mallards. These shells far exceeded my expectations.
Steve | October 14th, 2021
Used the Boss 16 gauge #3s on a 2021 Canada waterfowl hunt. These crumpled snow geese! - and were easy-shooting in my classic 16 gauge pump gun from the 1930s. Great to have it in the blind!