When Eliphalet Remington founded the now-legendary Remington company in 1816 he couldn’t possibly have imagined how it would flourish. For 200 years Remington has been manufacturing firearms and ammunition for shooters like you; generations of gun owners have relied on them to keep their guns fed and to keep up a supply of new, innovative firearms. Today Remington is the oldest, largest constantly-operating firearms and ammunition manufacturer in North America, and the quality of their ammunition speaks for itself with each reliable “bang.”
These Remington rounds are made for your 12-gauge shotgun. Each round has a 1 1/8 ounce load, which is more than enough power to propel projectiles towards your target with lethal force, and it does that without the significantly increased felt recoil of the larger 1 ¼ ounce loads. These shotgun shells are 2 ¾” long and filled with #9 lead shot. This is Remington’s Gun Club Target Load line and is specifically made for shattering clay targets. #9 shot is a popular size in skeet and trap shooting and is more than capable of utterly destroying clays.
When you order this single box of ammunition from Remington you get 250 rounds. With that many shotgun shells you’ll have enough to spend some time improving shot placement and accuracy off the course and still have enough left over for clay-shattering time on the course. Remember, it’s best to practice with the same loads you use on the course because that’s the only way to get truly realistic training. Remington has half a dozen facilities across the South and on the east coast, and each location has a specific job. Ammunition is manufactured at their plant in Lonoke, Arkansas, where it undergoes rigorous testing and strict quality control measures. Ready to have your best score ever shooting skeet? Then get your order in; what are you waiting for?
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