REBATE Remington® Premier® Magnum Turkey Loads Shotshells
The most powerful turkey loads you can buy, giving you every possible edge to reach out with penetrating power and dense, concentrated patterns. Magnum-grade Copper-Lokt® shot is protected by gas-sealing Power Piston® 1-piece wad and cushioned with special polymer buffering. Choose some of the heaviest payloads of #4, #5, or #6 shot. 10 rounds per box.
Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 22 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by CollinsworthKiller Gobbla Medicine I shoot the 3" #5's.....870 w/ 21" barrel and Jelly head .665.......Alabama gobblers hate this combination. Excellent range, excellent patterning, excellent penetration. With 2 oz. of shot, this is the heaviest payload possible from a 3" shell. So what if the FPS drops from 1210 down to 1175. The turkeys dont know. It turns their head into mush. April 25, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by FishermanHal Powerful Turkey Loads Have not killed a turkey yet but in practice the power is awesome and the pattern tight at 45 yards. I will purchase more. April 13, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by ross28 3.5in magnum..wow i have used the 3in in a 20ga remington 870 and they have patterned good. i decided to purchase some 3.5in 12 guages for my new mossberg 535. let me tell you that 3in is plenty enough. i expected the 3.5 to kick about as much as my 30-06(that i have an incredible limbsaver on). the thing kicks more than a .50cal according to my cousin. the 3.5in is not necissary, the 3in in my opinion is ideal. if you have perfect trigger control and you want to add a limbsaver to your existing recoil pad then go ahead and get the 3.5in both 3in and 3.5in patter good and both can reach out to range. overall it seems like a good round for the price. April 2, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by hikeshoot More shot than most I like this ammo. I took some 3" turkey loads out and shot at 2' square boxes at 50 yards. With this load I had 67 holes in the box. With my other load there was Only 45. Pattern was good. I only saw one place on the box that a turkeys head wouldn't have been hit. March 22, 2011