Seneca Wing Shot – Full Power, .50 cal, air SHOTGUN
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About this Video:
Air Venturi has answered the call of many airgunners and has created a full powered, practical, Air Shotgun called the Wing Shot. The Wing Shot stems from a modified Seneca .50 cal converted to use a smooth bore barrel and bead front sight. The effective range is about 15 to 20 yards and can be chambered with specially created Air Venturi cartridges that use either #6 or #8 shot. Shooting the Wing Shot is a lot of fun and I could see how it would be a very effective brush gun once you get used to the aiming. Want to know more? Check out the video!
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- Seneca Wing Shot
- Air Venturi #6 Shot
- Air Venturi #8 Shot
- Air Venturi empty shot shells for custom loads
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