Winchester® AA® Low Recoil/Low Noise Target Loads Shotshells
I bought this ammo and was blown away.These 12 guage shells only kicked about as hard as a .223 . I could shoot a pistol grip 12 gauge with one hand and not even flinch.These are the smoothest shells i have ever shot.!!!!! Perfect !!!!!!
July 4, 2007
I use Winchester AA Low Recoil/Low Noise Target Loads for Cowboy Action Shooting. They were recommended to me by a fellow competitor and I've found them to be very good for this sport also.
November 18, 2014
Winchester® AA® Low Recoil/Low Noise Target Loads
Everything they say about these shells having reduce recoil and lower noise is true! I was a skeptic but trusting Bass Pro as well as the Winchester name I ordered some. I needed shells that I felt safe shooting through a 102 year old shotgun with a Damascus steel barrel. (Though I will NOT recommend that anyone with a Damascus barrel even shoot their firearm, I personally have had great experiences with mine using these "reduced noise, reduced recoil" Winchester shells) With these shells, I recently patterned this old shotgun and while the pattern is truly fantastic, the reduced recoil is very apparent and much appreciated! Winchester did good and Bass Pro is to be commended for carrying these shells, (as well as so many other "odd" shells, cartridges, shot and loads)!
August 4, 2014
While pricy, this shotgun ammo is a great choice for competition not requiring high velocity or for casual use if you want to reduce recoil. I use these for competing in SASS matches, I shoot a 12 gage coach gun and the light loads are excellent. Little recoil, yet I have no problems with the knockdown targets. I have also shot some clay with this ammo with no problems (at least not ammo related). The ammo is very reliable, I can't recall any failed shells. Obviously the low recoil would not be suitable for an auto shotgun and applications requiring high velocity ammo.
May 7, 2014