Remington Premier Copper Solid Sabot Slugs Shotshells
DEAD ON AT 120-YDS
2-SHOTS, 2-DEER DOWN, 120-YDS. I couldnt believe they both dropped in their tracks.
December 1, 2006
Bought this ammo to use with a Mossberg 20 gauge Slugster. The ammo grouped very well on sight in. Shot a buck at about 40 yards and it never took a step. Very satisfied with the performance although I don't understand why 5 rounds of ammo should cost this much money.
December 19, 2014
Picked up a rifled deer slug barrel for my Sears Ted Williams and tried 6 different sabot slugs through it. These by far outperformed them all. Was looking to find slugs with good groupings before I tried zeroing in my shotgun so shot at a 40 yard target. At 40 yards, I was getting groupings of about 1.5 inches. Next week I'll pick up a few more boxes and zero in at 40 yards than see how they do at 75 and 100. I agree with earlier reviewer that they are a bit pricier here.
June 10, 2013
2 inch group at 50 yards open sights
I was able to get a 2 inch group using the 12 Gauge 2 3/4 inch loads at 50 yards. I can't put a scope on my Tracker II Slug barrel made by H&R. I figured that this is pretty good for that range. I will buy more to try to tighten up the group. This slug does exactly what the description states. I dug one out of the snow and it does have 2x expansion. It does open right up. Recoil is withstandable. Not too hard. You should try these if you want a solid copper bullet.
March 7, 2008