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  • paintballmagnet
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    Re: Estate Ammo 2 3/4" 00

    Fired a ton of it in "combat" matches we used to run. It's not as good as loads with filler or copper shot and your shotgun might pattern it better than the cylinder bore guns we used but about 25 yards was about maximum range for me. Reliable ignition, feeds well, worth buying if you find a deal on it. Walmart was carrying it for 10 bucks for 25 rounds last I saw. I don't think you'll be too disappointed with it, I like it better than the Sellier and Bellot brand due to the crimp type.

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  • Mr Enfield
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    I have purchased and used a lot of the stuff got it all from Cabela's my son and I have used it in numerous tactical shotgun classes. It works great and is a really good price if you want to practice with tactical shotgun rounds this is the stuff to get it I probably have at least 1000 rounds of this sitting right now

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  • Papadoc
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    LOL, I agree Jefferson at that price even if it is only 'blasting' ammo, still darn cheap.

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  • jefferson101
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    At that price, I'm probably going to get 250 rounds of it. Given that I've been paying somewhere between 60 cents and a Dollar per round for buckshot loads, I am cheerfully going to test it out. Worst case, I go shoot it all up at the range and have fun going "boom". If it's worth keeping around, I'll have nine boxes in hand.

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  • Papadoc
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    Estate Ammo 2 3/4" 00

    Any good? Junk? MidWay has it on sale for $79.99/250rds.
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