Bismuth

Wild1

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I personally never have, but I've hunted with several guys that speak highly of them - one guy is a horrible shot, so in that case, won't matter much.
 

Limited Out

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Seeing that you already have some, pattern them on paper with a couple of chokes that you think should work best and see for yourself. Kent ammo is usually top of the line stuff.
 

ChrisAMX

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Seeing that you already have some, pattern them on paper with a couple of chokes that you think should work best and see for yourself. Kent ammo is usually top of the line stuff.
Sounds like a good idea. I was concerned when I heard some guys saying they were having trouble bringing down birds with steel. I hope bismuth will be a step in the right direction.
 

Limited Out

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Make sure your shot is on and the birds will fall from the sky. Missing is usually more about me not shooting well, than it is about the equipment I am using.
 
I decided to try some of the new Bismuth loads from Hevishot this FALL.
I took the Hevishot Bismuth Upland loads to the Dakotas to pheasant
hunt and I was thoroughly impressed. Clean kills out to extended
ranges. I am going to try the waterfowl version in Arkansas this winter
 


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