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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 Remington® Express® Extra Long-Range 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.
Remington® Express® Extra Long-Range Shotshells
I own a .410 shotgun and these shells work great for clays!
On the 3 in. shells the price is a little high but they are worth the money. i just bought some other brands, so i will compare to find out the best shell for the money!
thanks bass pro for comming out with such great outdoor products.
July 12, 2007
these shotshells are great for squirrl and other smal game.
June 30, 2007
good for the price
these are good loads. my father and i used them for dove hunteing in12 gauge number 9's and they were asome i shot a dove at 35 yards and it just crumpled.they also work good for smaller game birds such as quail woodcock and snipe. they are well worth they price . for hunting smaller game birds i bet u will use less shells and get more birds
June 27, 2007
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
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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