Hunting rabbits can be a lot of fun, and it’s always rewarding when you bag a few. If you’re heading out with rabbits in mind, keep a few things in mind for a more successful – and safe – hunt. For safety’s sake wear bright orange; rabbits prefer dense, thorny cover, so you’re going to be plowing through some sharp, prickly brush and visibility will be poor. Wearing a bright orange hat and jacket is a must for safety. And since rabbits moving through thick cover are typically pretty close – and moving fast – you want a shotgun shell that can provide a sufficiently heavy, tight grouping, preferably one filled with #6 buckshot, like these rounds from Remington.
Remington has been manufacturing ammunition for almost 200 years, and that’s definitely plenty of time to fine-tune the process until it’s truly an exact science. Today Remington is the biggest, oldest constantly-operating ammunition company in the entire United States and their name and reputation quite literally precedes them. They’ve come up with countless new, innovative ways to feed your various guns, and their Game Loads are a fine example of their dedication to quality and performance.
These particular Remington rounds are made for your 12-gauge shotgun. Each shell is 2 ¾” long and has a 1 ounce load, which provides plenty of power for taking down small game and varmints. These shells are filled with #6 lead shot and each round flies to your target with a muzzle velocity of 1290 feet per second and impacts targets with killing force. This ammunition is specifically designed for small game such as rabbits and can also be used for target practice. There are 250 rounds in this box; ammunition is manufactured by Remington at their Lonoke, Arkansas, plant. Order now and hit the briars with your favorite shotgun.
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