Remington® Game Load Shotshells

   

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12 Gauge

6

3 - 1/4

Shot Type:
Lead

Velocity (fps):
1290

Shell Length:
2.75"

Quantity:
25 rounds

Ounces of Shot:
1 OZ
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  • SKU: 285506

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12 Gauge

7.5

3 - 1/4

Shot Type:
Lead

Velocity (fps):
1290

Shell Length:
2.75"

Quantity:
25 rounds

Ounces of Shot:
1 OZ
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12 Gauge

8

3 - 1-/4

Shot Type:
Lead

Velocity (fps):
1290

Shell Length:
2.75"

Quantity:
25 rounds

Ounces of Shot:
1 OZ
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  • SKU: 285508

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16 Gauge

6

2 - 1/2

Shot Type:
Lead

Velocity (fps):
1200

Shell Length:
2.75"

Quantity:
25 rounds

Ounces of Shot:
1 OZ
  • $8.99

  • SKU: 285509

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16 Gauge

7.5

2 - 1/2

Shot Type:
Lead

Velocity (fps):
1200

Shell Length:
2.75"

Quantity:
25 rounds

Ounces of Shot:
1 OZ
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16 Gauge

8

2 - 1/2

Shot Type:
Lead

Velocity (fps):
1200

Shell Length:
2.75"

Quantity:
25 rounds

Ounces of Shot:
1 OZ
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20 Gauge

8

2 - 1/2

Shot Type:
Lead

Velocity (fps):
1225

Shell Length:
2.75"

Quantity:
25 rounds

Ounces of Shot:
7/8 OZ
  • $7.49

  • SKU: 285514

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.410 Gauge

6

MAX

Shot Type:
Lead

Velocity (fps):
1200

Shell Length:
2.5"

Quantity:
20 rounds

Ounces of Shot:
1/2 OZ
  • $12.49

  • SKU: 355900

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20 Gauge

6

2 - 1/2

Shot Type:
Lead

Velocity (fps):
1225

Shell Length:
2.75"

Quantity:
25 rounds

Ounces of Shot:
7/8 OZ
  • $7.49

  • SKU: 285512

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20 Gauge

7.5

2 - 1/2

Shot Type:
Lead

Velocity (fps):
1225

Shell Length:
2.75"

Quantity:
25 rounds

Ounces of Shot:
7/8 0Z
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  • Budget-stretching field loads
  • Choose your gauge
  • 20 rounds per box  
For a wide variety of field shooting, these budget-stretching loads include the same high quality components as the other Remington shotshells, with a more affordable price. Available in four different gauges (12, 16, 20 and .410 bore) to match up with your favorite upland shotguns. Lead shot sizes range from 6s to 8s. 20 rounds per box.
Remington® Game Load Shotshells 4.7 5 42 42
Can't beat them Great shell to reload and the 6's are fantastic for rabbit hunting... Will reach out and touch one without loading them up with shot. The 7 1/2 and 8'S will do the same on the dove with many very long shots out of a 30" wingmaster with a full choke and many doubles and a few tripples from time to time... And again, They relaod great also.... Have always loved them... Only Federal champions reload as good in my book... Been shooting them over 35 years... They were called Mohawks years ago.... Same shells... Great price, Will get the job done... No target load here... Brings home the dinner everytime.... March 15, 2014
hard to find shells but glad u had them Haven't had an pooprtunity to try them in my 16 ga semi-automatic. this is one of my favorite guns.so glad Bass Pro has them in stock. March 11, 2014
Bang For Your Buck! Lately i have been on a 12g ammo buying spree stocking up for my spring shoot off, i bought a few boxes of these and i am very happy with them! Nice clean shells that look and shoot great! No "FTF" or ejection issues, great knock down power. I highly recommend these! March 10, 2014
Hard to find 16 Good small game ammo. Hard to find these days. Bass Pro has at a fair price. March 6, 2014
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With the 6's, Yes
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I believe that these loads work well for Pheasant.
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I would say yes, although I haven't done it. This is the "standard" load. All others are higher velocity. To me velocity is not killing power. I suggest 6 shot for pheasant.
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Yes, but I would recommend using the #6 shot version of these shells.
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Turkey loads areOver powered for pheasants. Regular Winchester supreme duck loads would be more practical in my opinion.
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I want to get the 6 shot for rabbit, and was wondering if it would be good for clay targets. also can you buy this in case lots.
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You could shoot clays with them but your not going to Dust them like with an 8 or 9 shot
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Most clay fields do not allow larger than 7 1/2 shot. Some require 8 or smaller.
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the 7.5 3to 8 should be used for clay's and birds the 6 is for rabbits and other small game
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I don't like using #6 for clays because you don't get as many pellets to break the target with. Also, some shooting ranges will limit you to 7 1/2 or less, particularly the ones near city limits. So I wouldn't recommend using the same shot for both.

As for case lots, when I have bought shells by the case from Bass Pro, they do not provide any additional discount for the case.
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6s are fine. I use 7.5s which are a bit finer shot. I used to shoot skeet and rabbits with 4s. blows them up though.
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Actually I shoot Dove with a 16 gauge, and have been known to down one or two with a 410. Any size shotgun will do the job.
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You can shoot dove with 12 or 20 ga. You just need a shotgun with minimal choke for wide paterns, and a fairly light load. Dove are pretty fast and small. That is why you want the light load and larger patern. It doesn't take alot to kill them, but they are fairly hard to hit, because they are small. Hope this helps.
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Depends on how far of you are shooting them. I personally use a 20 gauge.
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don't know I just picked some up at BPS and they still had 25 in the box
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I think if your shooting skeet you just wouldn't shoot as many rounds on station 1,2,5,6.
But i don't like them.
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All the boxes at my local basspro are 25, i've seen the reviews on some and did my own review noting I had 25 per box. I've checked a few times since and they are 25 not 20.
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6's in this shell is what I shoot with a 30" full choke.. Shoot just over them at close range and they will reach out on the long shots without shooting them all to pieces... My favorite shell of any made for rabbits, Plus you can't beat the 71/2's and 8's on dove with the same gun... Will reach out and touch one... On dove, Shoot the last bird first and on the follow thru, pick up the next and the next... If you shoot the lead bird, the other's will flair... Come from behind and the other's stay on the flight pattern and right with your swing... :) I love the shell myself
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i use 6 in 20
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My personal choice for cottontail rabbits is 20 ga. low brass #6 shot. This delivers light penetration, adequate shock/killing power, and are very affordable. 12, 16, 28, and .410 will also work well. I would just stick with the low brass for those as well.
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Remington's Game Loads with shot sizes varying from 6, to 8.
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i would use dove load, if you are shooting a shot gun. 7.5 or 8 shot is plenty. If you are shooting a rifle, use .22
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Any high velocity game load with #2 shot.
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#6 shot at 1200 fps minimum.
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My personal preference for taking small game such as rabbits would be a size 6 shot in a load such as these remingtons.
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