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Non-Toxic Innovations in Waterfowl Ammo

Get ready for duck season with these five great shotshell options.

Non-Toxic Innovations in Waterfowl Ammo

Check out these five great waterfowl ammo options,

Wad design. Pellet configuration. Velocity. And 21st Century duplex loads. These are just a few of the advancements made recently in the world of waterfowl-specific non-toxic ammunition.

Check out these five great options.

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HEVI-SHOT Hevi-Snow

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HEVI-SHOT Hevi-Snow

To meet the demands of light goose fanatics, it now comes in a 3- and 3 1/2-inch 12-gauge shell in No. 1, No. 2, BB and BBB at 1,550 fps. $16


WINCHESTER Xpert Snow Goose

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WINCHESTER Xpert Snow Goose

Corrosion resistant steel shot, a Diamond Cut wad and a clever low-vis grey hull make Xpert Snow Goose an excellent choice. $20


REMINGTON Hypersonic Steel

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REMINGTON Hypersonic Steel

Remington Hypersonic Steel is quick — as in 1,700 fps quick. You can reduce your leads with such a fast load and bring home more birds. $20

KENT Fasteel 2.0

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KENT Fasteel 2.0

Fasteel 2.0 has zinc-plated steel shot, zinc bases, custom blended powder and a new wad design. 3- and 3 1/2-inch 12-gauge and 3-inch 20-gauge. $16-$23

FEDERAL PREMIUM Speed-Shok

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FEDERAL PREMIUM Speed-Shok

Sometimes, it’s all about speed, and the folks at Federal Premium understand this. Speed-Shok’s Catalyst lead-free primer provides consistent ignition, regardless of the conditions, while the clean-burning powder optimizes velocities. $20

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