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I agree with what some of the guys have said on their post. The most important thing you can do is pattern your shotgun. You can have great results with several different shells by changing your choke tube in order to get the best pattern. I shoot a KicKs High flyer with 3 1/2 #2 1 9/16oz Kent's and often will put in a Heavy shot shell for the third shell. It seems to have better knock down at long ranges. I also pattern my gun with a large back drop but shoot at a pie plate at 40 yards to get an idea of what hits the duck Benelli SBE II. With #3's which has more shot I actually get less shot on target but they shoot great out of my Berretta and a Pattern Master choke tube. Different Brands of the same shell size produces a different result as well as different shot size. As you can see above more BB's does not always mean more hits on the target.