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Loaded in Italy to the highest standards in consistency and reliability, Herter’s has the perfect load for home defense or practice at the range. Using high-quality powder, shot and hulls, these unique loads deliver excellent dependability and performance at an affordable price.
12-ga. #00 Buckshot — Crafted with high-quality components, this versatile buckshot is suitable for personal and home defense. Per 10.
12-ga. #00 Mini-Buckshot — Mini-buckshot has less felt recoil than full-size buckshot. Increase your magazine capacity with these short shells. Not for use in semi-automatic shotguns. Per 10.

Item: IK-218434

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Yikes, I bought 30 25rd boxes of suprema buckshot for $2.50 a box. You can keep it at that price

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Thats a steal. Where at?

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Midway has Estate "00" for 32 cents a rd if anyone's interested.

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why? I picked up 3, 25 rnd boxs of tula "suprema" at Walmart for $11 each out the door. I just patterned it. the tula did way better then this stuff out of 4 different guns with 7 different bbl's of varying length and a crap load of different choke tubes in 3 different choke systems. for the el cheapo, wide spread, unbuffered, type 2 3/4" 12ga 00 buck I'm gonna go with the tula first and simply not deal with ammo from cabelas.
btw the tula ran thru the 2 semi autos just fine...

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its 9.99 now, unless I am looking in the wrong place

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$5.99 now for the 12 Gauge 2 3/4" 00 Buck

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This was $3.22 a box less than a month ago from Cabela's. At that time with a $10 coupon, free shipping, and taxes, it came out to just shy of $0.35 per shell on an order of 13 boxes...

Otherwise it cycles great in my semi-auto. Good stuff for what I paid.

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If this is, and I suspect it is rebranded Centurion ammo made in Italy, it is decent stuff. I have shot that through my Remington(s) 870, 887 & Mossberg 500 with no issues and decent patterns. IMHO this stuff is more than adequate for HD or short to medium range hunting. At HD combat ranges 3 to 10 yards max, it was consistently under six inch spreads. Most between 4 & 5 inches. For discount brand, that's pretty good in my book. If you are trying to make 50+ yard shots with a smooth bore shotgun, you may want to switch to slugs? Just saying...

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This is pretty low recoil stuff, and from an 18.5" barrel is spreads pretty quickly [about 20" at 15 yards-on average only one shot within a 7" target at that range]. I actually did a comparison of this the other day with the other "affordable" brands, RIO and Estate [currently going for $6.99 for a box of 25 at PSA]. RIO and Estate both have higher and comparable velocities [1320-1340 FPS] and recoil, and pattern much better [tighter/ RIO about 10" at 15 yards, with 5/9 within 7"; Estate is little more but not much; on average 4 of the 9 were within 7" target at 15 yards].

If you want light [negligible] recoil and are ok with a large pattern Herters ok, but I sure wouldn't rely on it for hunting or self defense.

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Good luck on the "self defense" claim when shooting someone 45 feet away.

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Perhaps we have different ideas about what constitutes an acceptable "self-defense" round, but isn't 15yds considered long-range shooting by self defense standards? Seems that with a shotgun, certainly, you're talking more like 15 FEET in most situations.

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At 15' (or less) I don't imagine it makes a difference as to what brand of 00 you use as long as it rolls out of the barrel. True, most self defense situations occur within 7 yards, and my bit of shooting range "research" showed me that is about all Herters is good for. Your call, but $ for $ I will go with something that works close in as well as not so close.

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This has been at this price for awhile. I been stocking up just based on price, hopefully they perform well. Quality looks better than other low end buckshot.

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Cabela's mailed out some $20 off $150 purchase coupons. If you bought 35 boxes (350 rounds), with coupon, sales tax, and free shipping you'd be somewhere around $0.40 per round.

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I just mail ordered it at $4.49 with free shipping over $50 w coupon. They did charge tax though.

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over 200 rounds of this through my Benelli M4, not a single issue. Not one.

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$4.49 price DEAD. Now $5.99.

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12 Gauge 2-3/4" 00 Buckshot
Regular Price: $5.99 Sale Price: $4.49

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Nice, its back.

I never ordered ammo from Cabela's, is there a specific date we usually have to pick them up by?

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If I remember right, they will hold your order for about 2 weeks from when the order arrives if you do in-store pickup.

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