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What yall think about them estate shells my friend just bought 3 boxes of of H-V 1/4oz 3inch Estates for 32$ !!!!
thats cheaper than fasteel 14$ a box for that load
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Good deal, here CA, it's more expensive
Good luck hunting
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Way too much $$ for just 1/4 oz.
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We have been using them all season. We bought 10 cases for $60 bucks each. And they shoot darn good for $6 bucks a box.
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i cant reload much cheaper than that, and ive found myself using alot of estate lead shells lately. they work well enuf, and its a pain to switch from loading steel.
lead 6's do a number on crows. and all the estates ive tried pattern well from every gun and choke i tried....
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pennsyltucky wrote:lead 6's do a number on crows. and all the estates ive tried pattern well from every gun and choke i tried....
You ever tried cooking that crow?
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