16 GA 2-3/4" MAG 1 oz. #6
4.92/5 Stars out of 13 Reviews
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Devin (Ohio) | August 29th, 2023
Performs very well. Now my go-to shells for early season birds.
Brian (MN) | August 1st, 2023
The Sweet 16 is where its @. Love the gauge and love the BOSS patterns I get with the ammo. I wont shoot anything else. Keep up the great work!
Robert Loper (Mississippi) | July 25th, 2023
Favorite 16Ga shells, by far! I’ve enjoyed and been impressed by all the shells I’ve purchased from BOSS!
Bob (Boise, Idaho) | February 8th, 2023
These shells are fantastic for pheasants! Use #5's for later season but what a load! Only ammo I shoot through my side by side 16! Bob
Westin (CT) | October 27th, 2022
They did the trick. Every bird I hit, went down. The ones I missed were on me, not the ammo. Will buy again.
David Bercier (SW Louisiana) | September 29th, 2022
I purchased a few boxes of the 16ga #6’s to try out for Louisiana’s Early Teal Season, and they did not disappoint! Shooting a Browning A5 Sweet Sixteen, these shells patterned exceptionally well, and were detrimental to teal! So exciting and fun to be able to shoot sub-gauges with no disadvantages.
Cliff (Washington) | September 21st, 2022
Hello, just writing to say that I received my case off shells last week (fast shipping) and was able to try them out this week on the early pheasant season in eastern Washington. I used No. 6 shot in an ancient Winchester Model 12 pump that was manufactured in 1914. I dropped two roosters at around 20-25 yards that I swear were dead when they hit the ground. I may be buying some in #5 for chukar and jump shooting ducks.
Dominick Pollino (Geneva new york) | September 20th, 2022
very nice ammo and very nice customer support. Thanks
Mike Patterson (West Chester Pa) | April 19th, 2022
Shells came very quickly and looking forward to using my ole LC 16 on waterfowl this fall. It’ll be great to put that gun back in service
Russ Bolton (Florida) | November 21st, 2021
These dropped teal like lead would and got me a limit of Teal with my Sweet 16. Me buddy sitting next to me was shooting a 12 ga w regular #2 steel... his birds were sailing after impact, and he lost a couple. My impacts were much more dramatic and the ducks fell dead. I have no doubt if any big ducks came in range that this would have dropped them in similar fashion.