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250 Rounds of 12ga Ammy by Remington (Blue Hull) - 1 oz Rifled Slug

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Quantity - 5 rounds per box, 250 per case Manufacturer - Remington Slugger Load – 2-3/4” 1 oz. Rifled Slug


This Remington Slugger load with its well recognizable blue hull is purpose built for law enforcement applications. Out of Remington's test barrel, this rifled slug exits the muzzle at 1,560 feet per second. This slug is intentionally built just barely oversized to better seal the gas behind the slug as it speeds down the muzzle. For added accuracy, Remington includes a high density polymer disk under the slug helping to produce a perfectly aligned exit from the barrel to result in exceptional accuracy.

Whether you're looking for a slug for personal defense or you want a highly accurate slug for deer hunting, Remington's blue hull rifled slug ammo is an excellent choice.

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Posted On: 6/25/2019 By: Bruce

A: Hi Bruce, Thanks for your inquiry. Yes, Smooth bore shotguns shoot Rifled slugs as the slug itself has the rifling necessary to help it travel down the barrel. Sabot slugs are shot in rifled barrels as the slug does not have its own rifling and relies on the rifling in the barrel.

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