5/5 Stars out of 18 Reviews
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Caleb Upchurch (Colorado) | February 3rd, 2023
I shot the 28 gauge 3” 3/5 all season from teal to big honkers in Colorado. We decoy all our birds within 30 yards and it hammers them. I don’t think I will bring my 12 gauge out to play anymore. I think I sold 2 28 gauges this season to guys that I would let shoot it and made them believers of the round!
Kyle (Wyoming) | January 23rd, 2023
I have hunted big Canada geese in Wyoming and the Northern front range of Colorado for years and have always used a 12 gauge with either 3” Bb or 3.5 BB with aftermarket chokes and have smashed geese with this combo. This year I bought a 28ga and the 3” 3/5 shot mix boss ammo and I have been extremely impressed what this ammo does to geese out to 40 yards with factory chokes!!! It hits just as hard as my 12ga with BBs!!! Absolutely unbelievable!!! I wouldn’t have believed it if I hadn’t done it and seen it for myself!!!! I love this ammo and I love the fact that I’m not getting kicked like a mule everytime I pull the trigger on my little 28!!! Amazing guys give them a try!!!
Mike Smith (Va) | November 14th, 2022
I’ve shot the 23/4in 28ga #4s last season mostly for ducks and a few geese when I thought the situation was right. This year with the 3in load in #3/5 I plan to almost exclusively shoot this shell. I patterned this load and know my best effective range. Choke it tight and kill them stone dead or miss! Less cripples is the goal.
Snapp (St Joseph Missouri) | November 13th, 2022
Man I wish I could post a picture with this. Head shots almost decapitate with these bad boys.
Steven F Welborn (Iowa) | November 2nd, 2022
Had shoulder surgery have not been able to shoot anything with much in recoil. I had traded for a Benelli Ethos Sport in 3 inch 28 gauge. Been shooting this load with a Jebs full or a Carlson Improved Modified about the same patterning. I have personally killed duck at 40 yards dead and maybe farther for a few. Decoying geese dead within the 30 yard mark. Very impressed and enjoying the lighter recoil. BE SAFE Keep your feet dry!!
Bryan Yarbrough (Tennessee) | October 13th, 2022
Recent hunt to Canada. Shot the 28 gauge SBE III 28 gauge with BOSS stack and killed snows consistently at 40 to 50 yards. I didn’t use my 12 gauge the entire trip. 28 gauge Boss kills on impact no cripples and no chasing. One shot one kill
Judson (Minnesota) | October 12th, 2022
I have shot BOSS shells since 2018 and started out with 12ga 4. Now, I shoot 20ga and 28ga 3/5 shells almost exclusively. Why take the punishment from a 12ga when subgauges are just as effective. These shells have performed above and beyond my exceptions, not that I was surprise for a BOSS shell. As another reviewer said, I have found they pattern best out of the factory Benelli chokes. The shells are worth every penny. A Dave Smith review & approval should tell you all you need to know about the quality.
Eric Duffy (Extreme northern mn) | October 12th, 2022
Bought a case for my new Benelli ethos cordoba B.E.S.T these shells , in my gun pattern exceptionally well using the factory full crio choke my gun came with. After having 4 kids and taking time off from waterfowling, i was able to take a brand new weapon, a case of new shells, and dump a solo limit 3 days in a row. These lil guys slap. HARD.when i miss, i miss clean, but when i do my part, these guys eat. Great for ducks, geese in the kill hole, and pheasants in no tox areas where theyre skittish and flushing a bit further away.
Don (Rocky Face , Georgia) | August 8th, 2022
I have not used them yet. I’m sure they will be awesome as I used the #8 last year for quail and I have used the 20 gauge #5 and #3/5 for ducks last season. All BOSS products have performed exceptionally well!
saylor jeff (Florida) | July 14th, 2022
From early season wood and teal to late season pintails redheads they drop them. Bought for kids and wife but I use one just as much now.