Well if it's the Berger Hybrid we are comparing to....then Challenger no. 5 should work!So I normally hate these type of threads that ask too basic of a question but my research is just leading in circles. I am an avid competitive rifle shooter and occasionally hunter, not so much with the scatterguns. I owe a landowner for allowing me to host a PRS match on his land, but he refuses to take cash payment. I know he loves to duck hunt, so I want to buy a brick or two of shotgun shells and drop them off at his place. Kind of hard to refuse a gift if its not face to face right? Anyway, I need you guys with more experience to spend my money. I want to give him high quality ammo that performs well. I know at some point you reach diminishing returns, but I don't want to be a cheap bastard either. I also know that to get best results you should pattern the different loads in your gun, but that's obviously not an option here so I'm looking for ammo based off of reputation/your experience. In the competitive rifle world, I shoot Berger bullets because they are the best common bullets you can buy. Yeah there are some that cost more, but they don't really shoot any better. What is the "Berger Hybrid" of the duck hunting world? I'm looking for loaded ammo, and also where you would suggest buying online since my local stores seem pretty dry on shotgun ammo.
No need to use TSS 6s or 7s, we shoot 9s out of a 28ga and kill ducks and geese with light loads of #9sIf you want the best buy him TSS 6s or 7s try and find them in a velocity around 1300 fps. The reason why TSS is so amazing is it's twice as heavy as steel. Which for a long range rifle shooter imagine if you could double the range of your rifle. That's what your doing with TSS doubling or tripling the pellet count and doubling the range of your shotgun. With TSS you do not need a 3 1/2 shell a 2 3/4 will definitely get the job done.