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Remington® Slugger High Velocity Rifled Slug Shotshells

   

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12 Gauge

Slug

2 - 3/4

Shot Type:
Lead

Velocity (fps):
1800

Shell Length:
2.75"

Quantity:
5 rounds

Ounces of Shot:
7/8 OZ
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  • SKU: 971954

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12 Gauge

Slug

3

Shot Type:
Lead

Velocity (fps):
1875

Shell Length:
3"

Quantity:
5 rounds

Ounces of Shot:
7/8 OZ
  • $6.49

  • SKU: 971957

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20 Gauge

Slug

2 - 3/4

Shot Type:
Lead

Velocity (fps):
1800

Shell Length:
2.75"

Quantity:
5 rounds

Ounces of Shot:
1/2 OZ
  • $5.99

  • SKU: 971959

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Remington introduces the first high-velocity Foster-style lead slug. This higher velocity slug exits the barrel at 1800 fps, 13% faster than standard 1 oz. slugs. The 7/8 oz. Slugger High Velocity delivers 200 ft-lbs more energy at 50 yards with flatter trajectory than standard 1 oz. slugs. Produced in most popular slug loadings; 2-3/4" and 3" 12-gauge and 2-3/4" 20-gauge with a 1/2 oz. lead slug. Designed for the avid deer hunter using smooth bore guns. 5 rounds per box.
Remington® Slugger High Velocity Rifled Slug Shotshells 4.5 5 12 12
great slugs these slugs are great from remington i have a 20g 870 with a 28 in barrel and im running a mod choke on it and these slugs do not mess up or warp the barrel at all! August 13, 2013
First time hunting with slugs I would recommend to anyone using slugs for the first time as i was, shoot a few on paper before you go hunting. My gun shoots a little lower than the ballistics chart on the box suggests as it is set up to turkey hunt. I did kill a 275 lb boar hog with these slugs. He did not bleed much, but he only ran 20 yards before he went down. January 2, 2013
Accurate Only shot one of shell in the box. It was at a big hog 50yrds out. using 870 20ga single bead sight. Found blood, bud bad shot placement by me.should have practiced at the range to learn the point of impact. Do this and you're golden with theses slugs. March 10, 2011
High Velocity Remington Slugs My slugs arrived quickly and I harvested an 8 pointer on opening day. I'm happy. December 1, 2010
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what choke is needed?

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My son recently purchased a Remington 870 Express from BPS. His 12 Ga came with a mod choke. Is there a recommended chike or setting for deer slugs?
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I recommend cylinder bore, or improved cylinder.
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I have an 870 express with a mod choke. the gun is very accurate with slugs I also hunt rabbits with this gun. If you only hunt deer use a slug barrel with an improved choke or use a rifled barrel
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the best choke that you could have for a deer slug such as the remington high velocity sluggers or any slugs from hornady would be an improved cylinder for 2" groups at 50 yards. you can also use a mod choke but for the best results an improved is the way to go. PS: you can fire a slug out of any choke even a full choke so determine the distance that you will be shooting at or put a limit at 50 yards and be accurat with the improved cylinder
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A rifled choke would be the best choice. The mod. choke may cause the slug to tumble, drastically reducing his accuracy.
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I have always used full choke or modified had good luck with both......make sure you use rifled slugs in a smooth bore and saboted slugs in a rifled bore of course
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I recommend purchasing a deer slug barrel for the 870. Otherwise get as close as possible and fire away.
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Deer slugs should be shot out of a open/cynlinder choke. Essentiall no choke or constriction at all. If you go this route make sure you use the rifled slugs (not sabots).

I would recommend getting a rifled barrel for his 870 or at the very least a rifled choke tube and use sabots slugs. The difference in accuracy is amazing.

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