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 sitruc Excellent Performance I use this round in the #4 shot for my survival rifle. It is a wall hanger that we actually take camping and shoot often. It works well in the survival rifle as it is a single shot .22 caliber barrel over a .410 shotgun barrel with a selective hammer. This round in #4 shot will take small game like rabbits and squirrels well even with the short barrel length. This is a well peforming round when used within its limitations. December 6, 2007
Rated 4 out of 5 by panfisher12 good shells 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
Rated 5 out of 5 by jon great these shotshells are great for squirrl and other smal game. June 30, 2007
Rated 5 out of 5 by redneck hunter 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
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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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