Winchester® AA® Low Recoil/Low Noise Target Loads Shotshells

   

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12 Gauge

8

1.75

Shot Type:
Lead

Velocity (fps):
980

Shell Length:
2.75"

Quantity:
25 rounds

Ounces of Shot:
1OZ
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Winchester is continuing a shotshell manufacturing pedigree of quality and innovation that extends back to 1886. From the 19th through the 20th, and now into the 21st century, Winchester has led the industry in ground-breaking developments in shotshell loads and components. These shotshells are designed to give you outstanding clay-busting performance in sporting clays, trap and skeet, all at a highly competitive, value price. Low Recoil/Low Noise Target Loads offer less recoil and noise for day long shooting events. 12 gauge. Length: 2-3/4''. 25 rounds per box.
Winchester® AA® Low Recoil/Low Noise Target Loads Shotshells 4.8 5 24 24
AA12FL8 "Featherlites" My wife and I use these for Cowboy Action Shooting. We can shoot these all day long without a failure and without having sore shoulders at the end of the day. Highly recommend to anyone doing a lot of target shooting. April 27, 2012
Practice round These are perfect for training and practicing with your 12 GA shotgun. Actually makes you want to put a box through your gun because of the low recoil. Have used them for years. April 4, 2012
Good performance Definately less recoil, but a little expensive for target loads. July 16, 2010
Great for high volume target shooting! I went through 50 rounds of this stuff today and I must say the reduced recoil is a pleasant surprise. Also note that this was after firing 100 rounds through a 20 ga (both Mossberg 500's). For anyone looking to do high volume target practice or get a new shooter aquainted with a firearm, this stuff is great. All rounds ejected flawlessly as well. May 8, 2009
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I have heard that many low recoil shotgun shells are fine in a pump gun but don't have enough powder in them to cycle through a semiautomatic. Anybody care to weigh in?
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I have heard the same thing about some semi-automatics. I do not know first-hand.
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It says right on the box that they are not recommended for autoloaders. Most semi automatic shotguns have less recoil than a pump, o/u or side by side anyway. Use these in anything but a semi auto as recommended.
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Very Much So! some use it in Clay Shooting and Skeet Shooting Great For the youth,small frame ladies and older seniors
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works great every time I pull The trigger in my 2 weatherby SA08s with the light gas valve installed.
But have heard not so in some other auto loaders.
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Yes this is very true. The powder in these low recoil shells are not enough to cycle the action of most semi autos. I tried them in a Browning Maxus and Beretta Urika and they would not cycle (the Beretta cycled every now and then, but not reliably). I would stay away from them with semi autos (they are great shells though other wise)
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