250 Rounds of 12ga Ammo by Winchester - 1 ounce #8 shot

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Quantity - 250 rounds (10 boxes per case, 25 rounds per box)
Manufacturer - Winchester
Load - 12 ga 2-3/4" 1 Ounce #8 Lead Shot


Bargain range 12 gauge ammunition that is also suitable for some light field use on the hunting side, these #8 shot shells are a lighter loadout than most, with a 1 ounce cup of #8 and a lower velocity powder to aid in bulk shooting at the sporting ranges.

Made specifically for trap and skeet type endeavors, this ammunition is a good load for pump action and break open shotguns but might be too light for heavier semi-autos to function perfectly. The ultra-light build makes it perfect for all day shooting comfort and the powder is clean enough that your cleanup duties aren’t as difficult after the range outing. Winchester White Box Super Target shotshells are dependable, and offer excellent consistency for the money. They are a proven line in the venerable Winchester product portfolio.

This load is a great starter load for those youth and new shooter being introduced to the 12 gauge shotgun, after coming from a small shotgun, or completely foreign to the concept. It also represents one of the best bargains in the game, giving you a cheap alternative that’s still high quality for your various shotgun shooting needs. This is suitable for all 2 ¾” chambered 12 gauge shotguns.

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Posted On: 3/14/2019 By: Brandon

A: The Dram equivalent is throwback to how shotgun shells used to measured in drams of black powder. The higher the DR or Dram Equivalent the higher the muzzle velocity. Measuring velocity is no longer done in this manner as modern shell loadins use smokeless powder, but yet manufacturers still put it on the box for old times sake. Most modern shot shells will list there muzzle velocity on the box, with only a few still listing the DR, such as Winchester, Remington and the occasional Federal load.

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