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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

Member
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

Member
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.
 


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