Remington® Game Load Shotshells
- Budget-stretching field loads
- Choose your gauge
- 20 rounds per box
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 33 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by dandl5158 mistletoe just needed some shotgun shells to shoot down mistletoe. not perminant of course,but good for several years. started looking online and found very few that had any shells; and of those ,all were double list price. very happy to find them at bass pro at a standard price April 3, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by mark1988 Why I bought Having used these shells in the past I was pleased to purchase a case of #6 shot. Seems as if these size shot are not too popular these days. The 2-day no shipping charges had a lot to do with it. January 8, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by baileybray good buy they work great in my single shoot 410 the have a good pattern but ill mostly use super x September 25, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by steve27 hunting pleasure After trying, without success, to buy 16 ga shells locally decided to check out Bass Pro. Not only found shells but they were on sale. Ordered and received Friday before dove season opened on Saturday. Both my son and myself limited out. Got to shoot my favorite gun after leaving it in closet for several years. Quick shipment, great product and customer service made sure shells were shipped on time. Just wish I had bought another 20 boxes. THANK YOU September 16, 2011
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A:Yes, but I would recommend using the #6 shot version of these shells.
Details: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.
A:the 7.5 3to 8 should be used for clay's and birds the 6 is for rabbits and other small game
A: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.
A: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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A: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.
A: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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A:Remington's Game Loads with shot sizes varying from 6, to 8.
A: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
A:Any high velocity game load with #2 shot.
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