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Remington® Gun Club™ Target Loads

   

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12 Gauge

7.5

3

Shot Type:
Lead

Velocity (fps):
1200

Shell Length:
2.75"

Quantity:
25 rounds

Ounces of Shot:
1-1/8 OZ
  • $6.99

  • SKU: 1634335

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12 Gauge

8

3

Shot Type:
Lead

Velocity (fps):
1200

Shell Length:
2.75"

Quantity:
25 rounds

Ounces of Shot:
1-1/8 OZ
  • $6.99

  • SKU: 1634336

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20 Gauge

7.5

2 - 1/2

Shot Type:
Lead

Velocity (fps):
1200

Shell Length:
2.75"

Quantity:
25 rounds

Ounces of Shot:
7/8 OZ
  • $6.99

  • SKU: 1634337

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12 Gauge

8

2 - 3/4

Shot Type:
Lead

Velocity (fps):
1185

Shell Length:
2.75"

Quantity:
25 rounds

Ounces of Shot:
1-1/8 OZ
  • $6.99

  • SKU: 1821609

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12 Gauge

7.5

2 - 3/4

Shot Type:
Lead

Velocity (fps):
1145

Shell Length:
2.75"

Quantity:
25 rounds

Ounces of Shot:
1-1/8 OZ
  • $6.99

  • SKU: 1821610

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  • Set the standard at all major skeet, trap, and sporting clays events
  • Shot-to-shot consistency
  • Most reliable, consistent, and reloadable shells you can shoot
  • Loaded with Gun Club grade shot, Premier STS Primers, and Power Piston one-piece wads
Remington's Gun Club Target Loads have taken shot-to-shot consistency to a new performance level, while providing handloaders with unequaled reloading ease and hull longevity. Available in most gauges, Remington Gun Club Target Loads are the most consistent, reliable, and reloadable shells you can shoot.

Remington Gun Club Target Loads are your best choice for economical shooting. Loaded with Gun Club Grade Shot, Premier® STS® Primers and Power Piston® One-Piece Wads, Remington Gun Club Target Loads receive the same care in loading as Remington's top-of-the-line shells. Many shooters are discovering they can get acceptable reloading life while stretching their shooting dollar. Made in USA.
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 77 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by exalent service I recently bought Remington Gun Club shotgun shells from you that were on sale, I was pleasantly sirprizzed when after they were back ordered, I received them in a timely manner Great service. May 18, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by good bargain These shells are a great deal when on sale. The hulls are preferred by many shooters who reload. FYI, the powder shoots a bit dirty compared to Winchester AAs. Also, the shot is soft compared to premium shells, so it will pattern a bit more open. April 24, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by 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! No "FTF" or ejection problems, another great product by Remington! I can shoot these all day without getting sore and the hulls are great for reloading, will be buying more of these soon! March 10, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by You won't be disappointed. Theses shells preform as well as the higher priced shells. don't waste your money for higher cost shells just to break clays. I've shot about every target shell on the market and these are my go to shotshells. January 9, 2014
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i just bought a case and the shipping package slip said that the wieght was 20.00 lbs.
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Approximately 25 pounds
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A 10 box case it's heavy I woul say maybe 15 to 20 pounds
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25 pounds
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27 lbs
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Around 25 lbs.
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Right around 25 pounds.
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Case of 12GA. About 25 lbs.
Case of 20GA. About 20 lbs.
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Why not carry 12ga 1 oz?

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11.8kg, or 26 pounds is about average with slight variations due to different shot or powder loads. Keep an eye out for free shipping offered by BP.... sweet deal for ammo to your door.
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12ga 1oz would be my preference due to reduced recoil for target shooting, but many people prefer to throw the extra 1/8 oz at the target, I guess. Perhaps this can help influence what is made available??
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20086 = 1 oz 7.5s
20081 = 1 oz 8s
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Most trap shooters prefer the 1 1/8 oz. loads, gives you more pellets to break the target.
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1 1/8 --7 1/2
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You will find them as a bird shoot in the stores, they are low brass green shells just like the picture and cost some where from $5:78 to $6:99 Depending at the store and city
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12 gage comes in 1 1/8 oz #8 shot and so does 20 gage.
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Both item numbers 38-876-370-00 and 38-404-865-00 utilize a 1 1/8 ounce shot weight. Item number 38-876-370-00 has a 1200 FPS velocity while 38-404-865-00 has a velocity of 1185 FPS.
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Gun club 7.5 1 1/8 shot, 2 3/4"
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Velocity (fps):1200
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Like 1200 fps
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1200 fps
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20244 = 1145 fps
20232 = 1200 fps
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It depends upon which load it is. If it is 2 3/4 dram load it is 1145fps and if it is 3 dram load it is 1200fps. They need to include which load this is above so we know what to order. I was going to order some and did not because of this.
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1145 fps
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It depends on the DRAM weight. If it is 2 ¾ DRAM it is 1145 FPS and the 3 DRAM load is 1200 FPS. The difference is the amount of powder pushing the shot.
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It is 1200fps
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1200 fps
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On the box, it says 1145 FPS
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Generally, merchandise prices in Bass Pro stores, catalogs, and websites will be the same. Occasionally, due to sales, clearance events, or market conditions, prices may vary. Please contact your local store to verify their price.
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No depending the city and demand of sale of the store they can go up or down
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No. The same shell I got on line for 5.49 was over $8.49 in the store.
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Yes, but in MA you can get another 10% off if you buy a case of 10 boxes.
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Yes. Bass in store and Bass on line prices are the same for the Remington Gun Club loads
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Bass pro had the lowest price I cuold find. I bought 16 cases and would have bought the other 4 if Iwould have had more money with me. It is alot cheaoer if you can pick them up at the store. Even having them shipped is very reasonable.
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No. This was by far the best price I found anywhere, period. Purchased by the case and through website.
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Its uncommon to see 20 gauge 2 3/4 in 1 1/8 oz Thanks
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Yes they work well
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All 20 GA are 7/8 oz shot
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Yes, 20 gage comes in 1 1/8 oz in both Federal and Remington.
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Yes for my Wife and Daughter; 7/8
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Yes these shells are 1 and 1/8 ounces
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These are target loads are for shooting clays. A few more pellets in the pattern will give you a small advantage. These loads are a bit slower, but the lead will be the same.
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I've shot a 20ga. for 4 years and never encountered a 2 3/4in 1 1/8oz shell. Never even heard of it. Sorry. Hope you find what you're looking for.
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