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I have used plenty of Winchester ammunition and was recently very disappointed in the performance of their 20g slugs.
Out of the 100 or so rounds I shot 1-2 out of every box didn't fire!! That's a failure rate of 20% on 20 boxes of ammunition.
I tried seperate 20g guns and still had the problem. Not sure what happened but this batch was definently a bad batch. Will be going back to remington even if it costs a little more. I can't afford to have this kind of failure!!
February 12, 2008
Good for plinking
I would not recommend these slugs for hunting unless you have a rifled barrel. These slugs fly all over the place in my smoothbore. Good for target practice.
February 6, 2008
Used the 3" slugs in my winchester 1300 with a riffled barrel and got better groups at 100 yards than with most of the sabots I have used.
August 21, 2007
Good plinking ammo
I use the 2 3/4 in rifles slugs that have a velocity of 1600 fps and the range is not the best but the damage is good. I put a target a 50 yards and out of a box of 15 slugs they were all over the place. I shot the shells in the winter time so I can did up the slug and realized why they were not accurate. Winchester uses a cardboard wodding in their slugs when most other companies use plastic woddings. The slug on one side had lead and cardboard on the other. What I mean is that when the slug was turning in the barrel the wodding was rubbing on one side of the barrel and the lead was rubbing on the other side of the barrel. They are cheap slugs and are good for plinking, but I would not recommend them for hunting. The results of these slugs may be different in a slug gun ( Rifled Barrel ) instead of a smoothbore barrel. I get the best accuracy at 25 yards with them.
February 27, 2007
I wouldn't recommend firing slugs out of a full choke barrel. You could possible crack the barrel at the choke or create a dangerous pressure buildup in the barrel. Look for a cylinder or improved choke and you should be good or better yet a rifled barrel.
I would not use any rifled shell with that barrel or choke. Use a regular slug. If you do use a full or Modified choke. You will not be very accurate over 50-75 yards. Your basic slug will reach 100-120 yards better.
Yes , but you might want to try (rackmaster slugs by winchester) they are made for all barrels.The slugs you have choosen are foster style slugs made mostly for smooth bore barrel's .YOU need sabot style slugs.
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