Remington® Express® Extra Long-Range Shotshells
The hunter's choice for a wide variety of game-bird applications, available in an exceptionally broad selection of loadings, from 12 gauge to .410, with shot size options ranging from BBs all the way down to #9s, making these high brass shotshells suitable for everything from quail to farm predators. Remington designed these shells for a wide variety of uses, with the exclusive Power Piston® wad for maximum distance and tight patterns. Velocities up to 1330 fps. 25 rounds per box.
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 25 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by weekendwoodsman Consistently Good I've used these shells for years, and after trying several of the newer and usually more expensive shells on the market have found that Remington Long Range Express shotgun shells pattern better and are more consistant than anything else I've tried. I shoot a Barretta Onyx and a Winchester 200E shotgun, both in 20 Ga. March 8, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by RLS410 Great Pheasant Loads I hunt preserve pheasants over pointers and these shells work great at the limited ranges I shoot. February 7, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by livenlifegood Very good in the Stoger STF 3000 410. They are very good in my Stoger STF 3000 O/U 410. I was shooting clay birds a 45-50 yards so this will be my 410 ammunition for squirrels and rabbits. December 26, 2010
Rated 1 out of 5 by kentuckycatfisher 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
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A:people use 12's and 20's all the time, so if you have a good tight choke it should work well. just remember to test the shells because some guns don't like certain shells. good luck and happy hunting.
A:The answer would be...what high-brass load patterns best in your 16 gauge gun? A 16 gauge certainly has the capability to take a turkey if you do your part. I've gotten my best tom, 9-1/2" beard, 23 lbs. with a 20 gauge Wingmaster and Remington Express 2-3/4" shells using #6 shot, so I have no doubt a 16 gauge will do the job.
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