250 Rounds of 20ga Ammo by Remington Gun Club - 7/8 ounce #9 shot

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Ammo Overview

Ammo Quantity - 25 rounds per box; 250 rounds per case
Ammo Manufacturer - Remington
Shot Load - 7/8 oz. #9 Lead Shot
Shell Length - 2-3/4 Inches


This 250-round bulk case of 20 gauge shells will keep you well-supplied for plenty of target practice, choke tests, and skeet club matches to come. This ammunition is manufactured by Remington for their "Gun Club" line which uses affordable components that are assembled together in the same manner as more premium brands. As a result, this ammunition is inexpensive and dependable, two traits that highly active shotgunners revere for any purpose. Each shell is 2-3/4 inches long for compatibility with most modern guns and precise performance from top-shelf shotguns which typically use that corresponding chamber length. The hull is attached to a metallic head with a high degree of polish for smooth loading and slick ejection, even after the gun has become hot and sticky.

The shotshell is ignited by a non-caustic 209 primer that lacks mercury or other chemicals that could degrade your finish or small parts. Inside each shell is a 7/8 ounce load of #9 shot, a popular choice for competitors that trust more numerous, smaller pellets to break clay pigeons but don't want to deviate from standardized patterns that they've memorized. The lead shot pellets are protected from barrel contact by the forward cup of Remington's patented Power-Piston wad in order to ensure spherical shape and dense patterns. Adding to the list of benefits, the one-piece wad has a crushable center which helps reduce felt recoil to make this 20 gauge loads pleasant for any occasion.

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