Remington® HyperSonic Steel™ Shotshells
- Unprecedented velocity from a steel load
- 12 gauge are 1700 fps
- 20 gauge are 1600 fps
- Reduces lead required, increasing success rate
- Patented two-stage Xelerator wad - delivers power without dangerous chamber pressures
- Shotcup holds shot together initially for more pellets in the kill zone
- More kills and longer shots
- 25 round box
1700 fps from a steel load? Confidently sighting in on a goose at 60 yards? These are no longer a dream for waterfowl hunters with Remington's new HyperSonic Steel shotshells. These innovative loads are the fastest velocity, highest downrange pattern energies Remington has ever produced in a steel waterfowl loads. Its big speeds help reduce the lead you need to take on birds in the air, increasing your success rate and reducing the number of cripple shots flying away. The heart of this new shell is Remington's patented Xelerator wad. This innovative design features an "ignition chamber" filled with a small powder charge that moves the shell's entire payload forward slightly before the main charge ignites, providing increased volume behind the wad for the charge. This innovative wad is the key to delivering this kind of power without causing dangerous chamber pressures. The HyperSonic's shotcup starts out as one piece, keeping the shot together (to put more pellets in the head and neck) before "stress concentrators" on the sides cut the shotcup into petals, releasing the pellets. Don't ever watch pellets bounce off the chest of a long-range bird again, choose HyperSonic. For 12 or 20 gauge shotguns.
Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 17
Rated 5 out of 5
by Black5C great stuff
used this ammo for ducks and it slayed them and folded them up in the air, they were dead before they hit the water, i used 3 inch # 1 shot and # 2 shot for ducks, this ammo will hold pattern out to 60 yards, just an absolute duck killer, a little hard on recoil but who cares when your killing ducks
December 14, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Tuggboat hypersonic steel
I have been duck hunting for a long time and have been shooting Kent Fast Steel for atleast 8 years. Saw Remington Hypersonic Steel and decided to try it. I have an old 835 Mossburg with mod. choke and have shot almost two boxes of 3inch #2 shot 1 1/8 oz. I have killed birds at 35 to 45 yards stone dead. Hyper sonic steel hits hard and kills. In four hunts in Nov. 2010 I killed 22 ducks. I duck hunt alot and so far these shells have been proven deadly. Don't understand michigan man with chrono and shot tests, he shot 30 rounds and did not kill a goose or duck, not to be mean but sounds like operator error. You can shoot 30 of anything and kill something. I dont like to read reviews because of hunters like that. I would say give it a try and you will not be disapointed. I am going to bass pro this week to buy some more season comes back in saturday.
December 13, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Jeb713 My New Shell
Great replacement for the Nitro Steel. I have been knocking down more birds this season with the 3" 1.25oz #4. Don't know if after 15 years I finally know how to aim, or if the faster shot it helping me. I shoot a Benelli Nova, with Kick's High Flyer Mod Ext. Choke and 28" barrel. I added the 14oz mercury recoil reducer and comfortech gel stock pad, I can shoot these shells all day and not worry about being sore. Actually, I shoot a box right when I got home. Went through that box just to see what the new power felt like. The shells also work fine in the SBE, SBEII, and the Extrema 2. Yup, every one around my hunting hole has followed me to these shells. Some of those fellas left the black cloud to come to the hypersonic. I haven't guaged with a chronometer, or shot to pattern the shells. I am satisfied with what they have done so far.
December 7, 2010
Rated 1 out of 5 by Spudder392 Not Benelli Friendly.
Shells do not load properly. Bigh brass has a tend to swelling so does not work well in non backbored semi autos. You get one shot and thats it. Non effective patterns. Used in both SBE and SBE II
November 30, 2010
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