Remington Express Extra Long-Range Shotshells
Cheap shells with reasonable performance
I used the 12 Gauge number 4 birdshot loads for hunting turkey and I really did not get a good pattern with them and did not kill the bird. Good for close range. The turkey that I took a shot at was at least 35 yards away. I recommend these shells at 20 yards or less because of how many pellets are in a shell.
March 1, 2007
these shotshells are great for squirrl and other smal game.
June 30, 2007
Worked great on turkey
Have a 12 gauge H&R single shot with a full choke. I tried shooting it several times with 3" turkey loads but I just couldn't stand to pull the trigger it hurt so bad. The gun is only about 5 lbs and the kick was unbearable. I tried this highbrass in #5 and it felt great and patteren great. I went out and got a turkey this spring and it took him out with no problem. Great deal also, 25 shells for about the same price as 10 turkey shells so you can pattern the gun and hunt with one box. My 12 year old son will use them this fall in his 20 gauge.
August 5, 2012
not too good
it may just be that my old full choked Winchester 97 is a little picky when it comes to ammo, but these would not pattern better than 15 pellets in a milk jug at 20 yards, my cheap federals do better than that. they also didn't feed well and the gun almost wouldn't lock up the brass is so high on these shells, and for the low performance they have one heck of a kick to them. but it probably is just my gun, when i can afford something newer i may try them again.
November 15, 2010