If you’re hunting rabbits, try these tips for greater success. First, look for them in heavy cover that’s located near one of their favorite foods: clover, alfalfa, soybeans, and, of course, let’s not forget garden crops. Cottontails are often found in fields bordering the woods and tend towards cover like blackberries, briars, honeysuckle, and thick weeds. One handy tip to tracking rabbits is driving country roads at dawn or dusk with a map, and marking locations you spot rabbits as you go along. Then just go back to the spots you saw them dashing for cover; they’re bound to still be there.
Another important part of hunting rabbits is speed. You don’t usually get very much time to shoulder your shotgun and shoot, so you need to be good and ready. Of course, it also helps to practice, and for that you need a substantial pile of ammunition. These 20 gauge rounds are 2 ¾” long and have a 7/8 ounce load, which provides you with plenty of power to propel pellets towards your target while keeping felt recoil down somewhat. Each round is full of #6 shot, which is a good size for small game such as rabbits, and travels to your target at a muzzle velocity of 1225 feet per second. This is Remington’s Game Load and is meant for hunting small game and handling varmint control.
There are 250 rounds in this box. With that many rounds you can dedicate time to improving your marksmanship and increasing the speed with which you mount your shotgun to your shoulder and shoot, and you’ll still have some left over for the actual hunt itself. Remington has been manufacturing firearms and ammunition for the last century, so you can be sure you’re getting American-made quality in this green box. Ammunition is manufactured at their plant in Lonoke, Arkansas. Whether you want to bag some rabbits or get some target practice in, these 20 gauge rounds will keep both you and your gun happy. Order today and prepare to get some small game hunting in.
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