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 allaroundhunter94 really great shells these shells hav killed many grey squirrels, ive shot a squirrel at 50 yards wit #4s with full choke, so im very happy with the results November 3, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by bigfishken Simply the best! I've never used a shotshell that performed better than these on any small game...doves, quail, pheasants, rabbits, whatever! A late season must. October 24, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by 5point long range is right these shells are exelent crow killers. ive killed crows at 40plus yards with 71/2 shot thats pretty good although they are hard to find at sporting goods stores. February 8, 2009
Rated 4 out of 5 by ElsinoreRider Express Shells The Remington Express shells are good for shooting clays and hunting. I used 7.5 shot in a 3" .410 shell and I found it pretty good for shooting clays. They reach out fairly well, and don't make a mess out of the gun. The only downside is that they're a little pricey for what you get, so I'll stick with Super X. January 4, 2009
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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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