Remington® Sportsman™ Hi-Speed™ Steel Shotshells
Sportsman Hi-Speed Steel offers all the dependability and performance you would expect from Remington ammunition without breaking the bank. Sportsman Hi-Speed Steel’s sealed primer, high quality steel shot, and consistent muzzle velocities combine to provide reliability in adverse weather, while delivering exceptional pattern density and retained energy. An economical, high-speed steel load that is ideal for short-range high-volume shooting during early duck seasons, or over decoys. Sportsman Steel works equally as well in upland situations that require the use of non-toxic shotshells. 25 per box.
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 15 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Austinu great steel shot They really hold a pattern and go a long distance. Great product for the price. January 7, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by califman good buy i would buy this again.good product for the money, December 27, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by mudpack good value Changed from 18 years of Nitro-Steel to Sportsman Steel four seasons ago. Have not seen a drop-off in results; in fact, have seen my birds/shot ratio improve (I keep detailed logs). While this may not be soley because of the ammunition, it does tell me that the Sportsman load I've settled on will kill ducks if I do my part. Good value in non-tox ammo. July 12, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by nolongeraremingtonuser what are they doing ? i've been using these shells religiously for 4 years. opening weekend i used my last 3 boxes from what was left from last year, i was killing birds. now my dog hates me she's doing more work than ever, nothing but wounded ducks. i make on average 35 hunts a season, i ordered 2 cases again like normal, these shots no longer pattern well, they dont kill birds, i have completely broken down my shotgun 5 times so far this season cause the shells are leaving every thing in the chamber. they have become straight up garbage. 4 of my hunting friends all switched to the same shots that ive been using because of the success ive had with taking the ducks to certain death, now their all cursing me , lol. we've had many hunts this season where we're knocking boat loads of feathers off of decoying ducks and watch them fly off and never see them fall till they're a 6-7 hundred yards away. dont know what remington did to these shells. December 30, 2011