250 Rounds of 20ga - 2-3/4" - Ammo by Winchester - 7/8 ounce - #8 shot

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Quantity - 25 rounds per box, 10 boxes per case
Manufacturer - Winchester
Load - 2-3/4" #8 7/8oz

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Without practice, it is impossible to achieve perfection. The Winchester 20 gauge 2-¾ #8 shotshell is the ideal training load for clay target shooters of all levels looking for an economic, yet high performance solution to their everyday range training needs.

Aluminum heads make for a more cost effective solution over traditional brass heads, and will not oxidize in humid conditions as do softer metals. The chilled tower shot dropped lead makes for a perfect spherical formation of the #8 shot, and is critical in forming a dense, accurate shot pattern once leaving the barrel.

Accurate out to ranges of 25 yards and beyond, the Winchester 20ga 2-¾ #8 shotshell is a solid choice for skeet, sporting clay, and trap shooters in need of a high volume ammunition without all the necessary costs. For clay target enthusiasts looking to elevate their game and begin competing at the competitive level, the Winchester 20ga 2-¾ #8 shotshell is the perfect solution.

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Posted On: 5/6/2023 By: Nicholas Baiza

A: Thanks for reaching out Nicolas! I can't promise anything out of a shotgun I haven't personally tested – and at the end of the day, it may simply be that your shotgun just doesn't like certain brands of ammo. But I'll tell you what I think. A shell with a 7/8 oz. shot column and 1,200 fps muzzle velocity has a dram equivalent of 2-1/2. By upping the dram equivalent by 1/4, you may ensure that your SA-20 generates sufficient chamber pressure to cycle reliably. If you move up to a 1 oz. shot column and ~1,220 fps muzzle velocity, that shell would have a 2-3/4 dram equivalent. Alternatively, you could stick with 7/8 oz. shot column and move up to a higher muzzle velocity. For example, this Winchester AA Super Sport sporting clays shell has a 1,300 fps muzzle velocity: https://www.bulkammo.com/250-rounds-of-20ga-ammo-by-winchester-7-8-ounce-7-1-2-shot-32743 . I believe that would generate enough pressure to work your semi-auto correctly.

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