Remington was founded in 1816 by young Eliphalet Remington, who decided he wanted to try to design and make his own flintlock rifle. Once he’d built the rifle using his father’s forge he entered the gun in a competition, and ended up winning second place. Spectators were impressed with the gun’s performance and immediately began trying to place orders, leaving Eliphalet with a choice: stop with the one gun, or fill those orders and enter the firearms business. Much to the benefit of the gun world, he started filling orders, and today Remington is the oldest, largest firearms manufacturer in North America.
These Remington rounds are meant for your 12 gauge shotgun. Each round contains a 1 ounce sabot slug. Sabots are meant for use with rifled barrels. These rounds are 2 ¾” long and leave the barrel of your shotgun at a muzzle velocity of 1550 feet per second with a muzzle energy of 2331 foot-pounds. Whether you use these sabot slugs to hunt deer or just want to annihilate some pumpkins, these slugs are going to put massive holes in your targets. In hunting a clean kill is a matter of good ethics, and these slugs will deliver.
There are 100 rounds in this single box of ammunition. That’s just enough to get a good hunt in and have some left over for target practice. Of course, if you want to make sure you don’t run out at an inopportune moment, or if you want to hone your accuracy for an upcoming hunt, you might want to order two boxes. Remington has a half-dozen factories throughout the nation, each of which has a specific function. Ammunition is manufactured at their plant in Lonoke, Arkansas, to exacting standards. All ammo undergoes rigorous testing and extensive quality control measures. Order now to find out what your shotgun is really capable of.
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