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Bis-Maxx Brand Bismuth Shotshells

Bis-Maxx Brand Bismuth Shotshells

Bis-Maxx Brand Bismuth Shotshells are made with the same non-toxic bismuth alloy proven in the field and on the range since 1992. Its patented alloy is more dense than steel, developing 24 percent more energy down range than steel; and has more pellets per ounce than tungsten, yielding 73 percent denser patterns.

Like lead, the bismuth alloy moves smoothly through the choke, leaving barrels free from the damage associated with tungsten or steel. But unlike lead, Bis-Maxx pellets are completely non-toxic and comply with federal and state environmental regulations. Available everywhere for the fall of 2008 in three formats: "Classic" for sporting game, "Magnum" for waterfowl, and "High Velocity" for those hunters who enjoy high speed rounds.


Contact: Bis-Maxx Bismuth Non-Toxic Shotshells; (888) 702-2660; www.bismuthammo.com.


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