When you’re shattering clays, whether skeet or trap shooting, try to remember your shotgun is a point-and-shoot weapon, not a careful-aim weapon like a rifle. It can dramatically improve your score to get some practice off the course mounting your shotgun to your shoulder, and, in fact, many seasoned skeet shooters practice in front of full-length mirrors on a daily basis. The motion of swinging your shotgun up, mounting it to your shoulder, and pointing it at the flying clay target should be natural, and you should be taking a successful shot pretty much the instant your gun is at your shoulder. Get some safe practice time in with your unloaded shotgun and watch your scores improve.
This ammunition is made for your shotgun by Remington, a legendary company with two centuries of experience manufacturing firearms and ammunition. Generations of gun owners have counted on Remington both to keep their guns fed and to provide new guns. Remington’s ammunition is and always has been good quality delivering reliable cycling and performance, both of which are vitally important whether you’re at the range, on a course, or out hunting. Remington manufactures ammunition at their plant in Lonoke, Arkansas.
This 12-gauge ammunition has a 1 ounce load and is filled with #8 lead shot. 1 ounce is plenty of power for shattering clays and the #8 shot is a popular size among target shooters. Each round is 2 ¾” long and soars towards your target with a muzzle velocity of 1290 feet per second, hitting with shattering force. This is Remington’s Gun Club Target Load line specifically designed for clay-shattering power. There are 250 rounds in this box, so you can get time in practicing at the range and getting great scores on the skeet course. Don’t let your shotgun go hungry. Place your order right away and feed your gun!
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Quality products at a reasonable price. (Posted on 1/31/14)
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