The 12 Gauge is used for a variety of purposes. From hunting to pest control, and even home defense, 12 Gauge is famous for being the do-it-all caliber. Still, that might be a bit of a misnomer, because claiming that a shell is 12 gauge is only half the picture.
In the case of these 12 gauge, #7 and 1/2 load, 1 and 1/8th ounce shot 2 and 3/4th inch shells, we can see more refined purpose found in detailed description. These 12 gauge shells are ideal for hunting game such as upland birds or pheasants. They can also be readily used for target sports like skeet and trap. Beyond that, they can find purpose at the range when patterning chokes or preparing for the hunting season. With detail comes purpose, and these Winchester shells are great at their intended job.
This Winchester 12 gauge ammo is loaded with 3 drams of powder and produce 1,200 feet per second out of the muzzle. The shot is made of lead, which is worth considering local law if being used to hunt. The shells come in a single cardboard box containing 100 rounds.
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