In 1816 a young man by the name of Eliphalet Remington decided he wanted to design his own gun. He set about drawing the design up and then built it using his father’s forge, at which point he entered a competition to find out just how well it could perform. He ended up winning second place, and although he would’ve preferred first place, onlookers were duly impressed and immediately began requesting their own rifles. Fortunately for the gun industry, he decided to go ahead and fill those orders, and Remington was born. For almost 200 years they’ve been taking care of the needs of generations of shooters.
These Remington rounds are for your 12 gauge shotgun. Each shell is filled with 41 pellets of #4 buckshot and is 3 inches long. These rounds soar to your target with a muzzle velocity of 1225 feet per second and hit with staggering energy. This ammunition is great for hunting small game and varmints such as coyotes and can also be used for target practice and shooting drills. Shooters who have used this ammunition are impressed with its tight patterns and stopping power. If you have some varmint control to handle, these rounds will help you get the job done.
You get just 5 rounds in this single box of ammunition. The box is just the right size for tucking in your pocket or tossing in your range bag, but it’s still only 5 rounds, and that’s just a light snack for your shotgun. If you want to give your shotgun a more substantial meal, order multiple boxes. Your shotgun will thank you, and you’ll get more trigger time with your favorite gun. Remington manufactures ammunition according to exacting standards at their longtime plant in Lonoke, Arkansas. Place your order now, and feed your 12 gauge shotgun.
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