Winchester AA Heavy Target Loads Shotshells
Clean burning & great patterns
I have used Winchester AA shotshells for years and this season I tried the #9 shot, heavy target load (AAM129) for crows and I was really surprised as my bag counts went up, a number of hits at 39 to 43 yds (measured) were solid kills. The closer ones at 30yds+/- were real feather storms. I used a quality .700 extended choke tube. I highly recommend these and other AA shells.Also I had no problems with sticking hulls.
February 5, 2012
These are great loads and remain my favorite heavy load for sporting clays. Really clean burning, clean shooting, and pattern beautifully. To the reviewer who had them stick in his gun, I suspect he has a swollen, worn or pitted chamber in his gun. These chamber and eject as well or better than anything else available.
January 7, 2011
I tried these shells after being recommended to me by friends and also supported by the bass pro staff. The first time I shot them I saw an increase in my shooting accuracy. I'm sure part of that was an increase in confidence but either way if it makes me shoot better it is worth it. They also pattern very well on paper. I think these shells will be my shell of choice for a while. I also like that fact that the shells are high quality and can be reloaded easily. I would also say that even though these shells say they are for target shooting they work excellent for hunting as well. These shells shoot consistent, clean, reliable, and accurately. It is worth trying these to see how they shoot out of your gun.
April 14, 2013
Shell expands too much
I used the 12 Gauge AA 9 shot for shooting skeet and squirrels and the shells get stuck in the gun every time. I have to pry them out with my cleaning rod by putting the rod down the barrel. I have some older Winchester AA shells from the late 80s or early 90s and they perform well. They do not get stuck in the gun. The new shells do.
March 2, 2007