Remington® Nitro Mag® Buffered Magnum Shotshells
The original buffered magnum shotshells from Remington. The shot charge is packed with a generous amount of shock-absorbing polymer buffering and surrounded by our patented Power Piston® wad to protect the specially hardened shot all the way down the barrel for dense, even patterns and uniform shot strings. An ideal load for bringing down tough turkeys. 25 rounds/box.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 10 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Big D Best Purchase Ever I've tried the Nitro Mag for squirrel hunting, and I'll never purchase any other shell other than the Nitro Mag's. I use the 3 inch - #4's in a Remington 1100 20 gauge. Full choke August 21, 2007
Rated 5 out of 5 by SqrlHunter Remington Nitro Mag Shotshells Top My List Over the many years that I have been a squirrel hunter, I have used a variety of shotshell/choke combinations with some success. None of my previous combinations has topped my experience using Remington's Nitro Mag shells. I typically use the 2-3/4" #4 shot with an extra-full choke. Some may think that this is extreme, but it adds to the challenge of the hunt when you cannot use .22LR, allows you to really reach out and touch your game, and ensures that you humanely take your game due the the tight patterns. I strongly recommend these over any other shell that I have used. September 13, 2006
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A:It depends on the condition of your classics and the choke on your barrels. Ask a gunsmith.
A:if they are lead shot yes if they are bizmuth yes if they are malable like lead yes. If not dont trust grand pappys favorite double to hold to gether or not have a ring develope at the barrel just where the choke is. check witht he shell MFG if this loading is safe in Older nitro Proofed guns I am betting a buffered lead load will do just fine just dont shoot ducks and geese with them!
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