5/5 Stars out of 6 Reviews
James S. (Illinois) | February 12th, 2023
Best shells I've ever used. It downs rossies and blues like nobody's business. Using a Remington 11-48 16 gauge with a 28" modified-choke barrel. Haven't had one get away yet. I highly recommend picking up a few boxes for any older shotgun.
Dwayne (Maryland) | November 28th, 2022
Snagged a browning sweet 16 a few weeks back. Like the rest of my guns I run, I had to throw some boss through it on paper. Patterns were insane on paper at 35yards with a fixed full. Next morning I took it on a duck hunt and it put a hurtin on some black ducks, some shots were about 40yard and I didn’t feel once under gunned. Amazing stuff !
Houston Alan Brown (Texas) | November 15th, 2022
Excellent shells and incredibly fast shipping. Only place I plan to buy my waterfowl shells from in the future.
GARY (OREGON) | June 25th, 2022
BOUGHT THESE TO TRY IN MY BROWNING SWEET 16. AWESOME! IS ALL I NEED TO SAY. DEADLY ON DUCKS .
George (North east Wisconsin) | October 22nd, 2021
After extensively pattern testing many of the leading box store brands and reloading my own bismuth shells, I’ve been searching for that one true death load for the marsh. Low and behold I came across Boss shells a few weeks ago and they caught my eye. A company founded on the respectable principles of any die hard hunter and true conservationist, they also produce kickass products. Truth be told, I was optimistically skeptical when I purchased a case of 16 ga #4’s, as I usually am trying new shells. But not only did these shells prove themselves on the patterning board, but also in the field. The lethality of these shells is unbelievable. If you don’t believe me, buy a box and see for yourself, you won’t be disappointed. My side by side 16 never lets me down when I head out to the marsh now. Can’t wait to try out these shells in 10, 12, and 20!
David Gerhart | September 30th, 2021
I shoot Boss bismuth in my 16 ga. It is hard hitting & patterns great. The crew at Boss knows how to make a top notch ammo. It may a little more than steel ,but in the long run with less cripples & more shells shot to kill birds it is a bargain.