Remington Premier Nitro Gold Sporting Clays Target Loads Shotshells
Good shells with very little recoil
I have used these shells for skeet shooting and the recoil is less than other shells that I have used. They are a little expensive but well worth it.
February 27, 2007
Premier Nitro Gold are Worth the Extra Cost
I have been shooting Remington® Premier® Nitro™ Gold Sporting Clays Target Loads in #8 shot for dove this season and last, and they have performed admirably; excellent pattern and range. The only problem I have had - and it's relatively minor - is that because of the gold color and vegetation on the ground, the hulls are very hard to find and pick up once they spew out of my semi-auto. (I save the hulls for friends who shoot competition trap and reload, and I don't like to leave trash on the ground .)
Other than that, I couldn't ask for anything more.
October 14, 2013
Great shells with consistent pattern. It gives a good kick though, but not too bad in auto loaders. Even in over and under, it is still not too bad, but heavier recoil than AAs for instance. Yet the performance you get is great. I am giving it 4 As instead of 5 because her in Canada it is more expensive than Winchester AAs while the performance is not superior in my opinion. So basically I can get the same quality for a lower price when I buy AAs. Nevertheless, on it's own, it is great ammo. I highly recommend it.
May 11, 2010
I have been shooting sporting clays competitively now for 14 years. To date I have not found a better load to break those fast, long hard crossers or the distant outgoer than the Gold Sporting Clays. Yes they do buck a little but the performance on a day to day basis is undeniable. In the United States, unless you are buying some of the european imports you cant find a better more consistent shell. These premium hulls are also a reloaders dream come true.
February 23, 2009