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5 Rounds of 20ga High Velocity Ammo by Remington - 2-3/4" 1/2 ounce Rifled Slug

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Bullet Type – 2-3/4" 1/2oz Slug
Quantity - 5 Rounds
Manufacturer - Remington
Origin - Lonoke, Arkansas

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These Remington high velocity slugs give your 20 gauge some serious reach that buckshot just can't match. Each 2-3/4" shell in this box of five fires a 1/2 oz (218.75 grain) projectile at a muzzle velocity of 1,800 feet per second, maintaining good accuracy out to 100 yards or beyond for reliable kills against deer and other game. Each shot produces a muzzle energy of 1,575 foot-pounds.

Remington is one of only a few companies in the world that manufactures both shotguns and shotgun shells. Their ammunition production is based in Lonoke, Arkansas.

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Posted On: 2/9/13 By: Berin

A: It is safe to shoot a slug though a barrel that is fitted to have chokes attached. You will want to make sure a choke is attached to the barrel if you are wanting to protect the threads that accept chokes on the end. More restrictive chokes, such as a full choke, may reduce the accuracy and effectiveness of the slug you are shooting. A modified or improved choke would be a better fit.

Posted On: 8/12/11 By: Robert

A: Yes the slugs have rifling cut into the slug to attain superior performance out of a smooth bore barrel.

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