Kent Velocity Bio-Wad Shotshells

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posted on December 16, 2011
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If you’re looking for a selling point to garner access to prime hunting grounds, or just want to reduce the amount of plastic components on your home range, Kent’s Velocity Bio-Wad shotshells can help.

The loads’ organic shot cups, driving wads and over-propellant cards/wads are fully biodegradable; the clear plastic hulls, however, are not, so simply pick them up and reload or recycle. The 12-ga., 2¾-inch shotshells propel 1 ounce of No 7. zinc-plated steel shot to 1,250 fps. Price: $95 per 250-round case.

Contact: Kent-Gamebore Corp.; (888) 311-5368; www.kentgamebore.com.

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