HEVI-Bismuth Upland from HEVI-Shot – "For Modern & Classic Guns"

Adam Scepaniak
by Adam Scepaniak

HEVI-Shot Ammunition has announced that they have new offerings of their HEVI-Bismuth Upland game loads available for hunters this fall. Now, the same HEVI-Bismuth pellets that we have come to know – that are 22% more dense than steel – are available in even more offerings to bag grouse, pheasant, woodcock, and all types of upland birds this upcoming season.

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The beauty of HEVI-Shot’s HEVI-Bismuth Upland loads is that they are alloyed and loaded in Sweet Home, Oregon, USA. These are not foreign-made products. Instead, they are made from quality components here in the US where discerning quality control can occur for all-season reliability. HEVI-Shot elaborates on this in their press release statement below, and all 3 current varieties as well as their MSRPs are shown, too:

SWEET HOME, Oregon – HEVI-Shot is proud to release an expansion of its HEVI-Bismuth Upland product lineup. The new option is a 12-gauge, No. 3, 1 1/4-ounce, 2 3/4-inch load set at a muzzle velocity of 1,400 feet-per-second (fps). With this newly added load, HEVI-Shot’s HEVI-Bismuth Upland product line now consists of three total options: two 12-gauge and one 20-gauge.

“HEVI-Bismuth Upland is a good choice for bird hunters for several reasons. It features non-toxic bismuth pellets, so it’s safe to use in both classic and modern shotguns. It also has softer perceived recoil than traditional, heavier lead loads. And it produces amazing patterns,” said HEVI-Shot product manager Scott Turner. “Many people have a real need when it comes to finding a good load to use in their classic fixed-choke shotguns. And for that, HEVI-Bismuth is certainly the answer upland hunters are looking for.”

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HEVI-Bismuth Upland is most definitely a premium loading for upland bird hunters at $60 per box, but if you are serious about chasing pheasants and other game, this could finally be what brings your success rate up. As always, let us know all of your thoughts about HEVI-Shot and their HEVI-Bismuth in the Comments below! We always appreciate your feedback.

Source: www.alloutdoor.com

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  • Marathag Marathag on Oct 20, 2023

    My classic shotguns are in 16 Gauge, so out of luck, again

  • Grumpy Rabbit Grumpy Rabbit on Oct 21, 2023

    I'm surprised that the rabid anti-hunting enviros haven't discovered that bismuth is mildly radioactive. One of the 4 primordial radioactive elements formed during the big bang, it has a half life longer than the universe has been around.