I've never used the stuff, but from my understanding the only differance between fast steel and steel is the muzzle velocity. That should be obvious. The biggest differance is in the physics behind them. The fast steel will hit a little harder than steel at all ranges. Thats about the only differance. The only way to find out is to pattern them and compare. Good luck.
There are quite a few other posts where Kent Cartridges are mentioned but I am a big fan of them. They seem to be a little cleaner burning than the Remingtons(just my observation in my gun) and the price is not out there. I bought a case this year and it patterns well with my gun. Like any shells you should pattern it and see what your guns does. Just my 2 cents.
So far I have great luck with Kent's. Fast steel (regardless of who makes it) will kill much better, and Kent has worked very well for me. I was a die hard Winchester hunter, but after my first hunt am not going back. High velocity just knocks 'em down dead!
Definetely a killer load. Just pattern your gun with them first. They threw some really bad patterns out of my Xtrema. They pattern great out of my buddy's SBE and he thumps them deader than a doorknob.
I used them 2 seasons ago and wasn't impressed with the patterns they gave out of my Browning. Last year I switched to Win. HV and they dropped the birds like crazy.Point is, you have to pattern every gun for each load.Each and every gun patterns a little different with the same shells. It's all trial and error.
i use kent fast steel it throws a tight pattern out of my mossberg 935 it provides alot of knock down power the furthest goose i shot fell at 60 yards it was high and flying away i curled it probaly at 50 to 55 yards so i am a big fan of it
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