In 1816 a young man by the name of Eliphalet Remington decided he wanted to make his own flintlock rifle. He set about drawing up the design and then used his father’s forge to build the actual gun, and when it was done he entered a competition with it to find out how well it performed. He ended up winning second place, and although he undoubtedly would’ve preferred first place, onlookers were impressed and began placing orders. Fortunately for the gun world Eliphalet decided to go ahead and fill those orders and Remington was born.
These Remington rounds are made for your 12-gauge shotgun. Each round has a 1 ounce load which provides plenty of power to propel the buckshot to your target while keeping felt recoil to a manageable level. These are filled with #6 lead shot. Each round leaves the barrel of your shotgun at the impressive muzzle velocity of 1290 feet per second and impacts your targets with significant force. This ammunition is from Remington’s Game Load line and is great for small game and pests such as rabbits and raccoons.
You get 25 rounds in this single box of ammunition from Remington. Shooters who have used this ammunition praise its power and grouping, saying it feeds and ejects reliably and delivers deadly force under 20 yards. Remember, shot placement counts, so make sure you make a good hit when taking down varmints and small game. Remington have six plants throughout the South and east coast, each of which has a specific job; ammunition is manufactured at their plant in Lonoke, Arkansas. Whether you want to use these shotgun shells for hunting or simply want to get some target practice in, place your order and feed your 12-gauge shotgun a good quality American-made meal.
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