Federal Heavyweight Coyote Loads

The new 12-gauge, 3-inch, V-Shok Heavyweight Coyote shotshells from Federal feature 1½ ounces of BB Heavyweight shot and Federal's Flitecontrol wad.

According to the company, the loads provide super-tight patterns, produce tremendous downrange velocity and energy, and bring coyotes down hard. Muzzle velocity is rated at 1,350 fps. This load is Federal's first-ever shotshell designed especially for coyotes.


For more information, contact Federal Premium Ammunition, 800-322-2342.



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