Cypress_Bend wrote:I am about to buy 2 cases of shells, but do not know which would be better
3 1/2" 1 3/8 oz. #2 1550 fps or 3 1/2" 1 9/16 oz. #2 1350 fps
I have always understood that the more oz you have the more pellets you have also, but with loosing the fps will it actually mater in the killing/wounding ability. opinions please
dakotashooter2 wrote:While the increased velocity means an increase in energy..... an increase in payload can and often does mean more pellets on target which can be equally effective. Keep in mind that added energy is only a benefit if you are hitting your target....more pellets give you a better chance of that happening even if it is at slightly lower energy.
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Cypress_Bend wrote:I guess I chould of posted what choke tube I shoot and the scenario i will be hunting. I use the longer of the two patternmaster choke tubes and shoot a browning 3.5" semi autio gold hunter. I will be hunting over rice fields in missouri.
I can get both shells at $155 a case. just was not sure exactly which ones would be best, I have always believed that the more pellets in the sky, the better you would have odds at killing a duck than with fewer pellets. I would think the speed should not matter that much either.
I have had good luck with the patternmaster tube, i also have a kicks but it just seems not to drop ducks as does the PM. is there any other choke tubes yall use that you would recommend, not that i am changing but for the sake of conversation. one other question if I may, does anyone know the difference in the 3 lines of chokes that Pattenmaster has out now?
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