Who doesn’t know what a shotgun is and what the most common scattergun caliber is? Do you know anyone who wouldn't recognize the sound of racking or loading a pump-action shotgun? These Remington 12-gauge shells are 3 inches over all (after being fired), they are loaded with 41 pellets of #4 BUCK Shot. Each pellet is 0.24" inches in diameter which makes for a great home defense load with 41 pellets headed towards a bad guy. They have a Muzzle velocity of 1225-feet per second which is fast for a buckshot load, but it's ideal for its given purpose. These come in smaller 5 shell packs so it’s easy to transport a few with you to pattern your new shotgun. Or you can grab multiple boxes and take the family out for some clay target shooting. Get yours now.
The 12 ga is extremely popular in the military and the civilian markets. Not only is 12 gauge the most popular shotgun loading, but the shotgun is one of the most well-known sounds in the firearms world. The 12-gauge shotgun has multiple options on the market with regards to length of the barrel, weight, size perimeters, and the overall configuration. Civilian shooters use their scatterguns for competitions like 3-Gun, skeet and trap shooting, and they use loads developed primarily for the civilian shotgun market. On the other hand, military forces all over the world have been using shotguns for breaching doors, room clearing tools, and for jungle and urban combat for over 100 years.
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