Kent Cartridge Fasteel Precision Steel Waterfowl Loads

With muzzle velocity up to 1,625 feet per second, Kent Cartridge's Fasteel Precision Steel waterfowl loads retain energy to hit ducks and geese hard.

With muzzle velocity up to 1,625 feet per second, Kent Cartridge's Fasteel Precision Steel waterfowl loads retain energy to hit ducks and geese hard. Fasteel is available in 12 or 20 gauge, 2 ¾-inch, 3-inch and 3½-inch shell lengths.

CONTACT: Kent Cartridge, (888) 311-5368; www.kentgamebore.com


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