Winchester® Super-Target™ Target Load Shotshells
Poor ejection out a H&R and poor pattern
Using a Harrington and Richardsons 12 Gauge Single Shot Shotgun these shells had multiple problems. I have had the gun for a year and a half and have noticed that the nickel plated low brass casings will not eject out of this gun. Most of them won't. Some will. I had to recrimp the shells since they would come in the box with an open crimp. I can't reload these shells due to the poor quality. They rip easy and the crimp will not hold. If you are a reloader, use low brass shells that are actually brass. They are still in production.
April 20, 2009
Great for the Price
I read the bad reviews... BUT - I have used these for years and have no problem dusting skeet with a Remington 870 with Skeet choke using number 8's... and have had no problem folding grouse with a Remington 870 and I/C choke using 7 1/2's... Including Ruffed, Spruce and even Sharptails... and if you don't know, sharpies are big, tough birds. Skeet turn to powder and the birds hit the ground dead... you can't ask for more than that... and at a good price.
May 12, 2010
good shell for the price
me and my friend shot 50 rounds of these and only had one failure to eject and one failure to fire, we hit most of the clays. overall a good shell for practice
September 16, 2014
Don't pay for frustration
These are the poorest quality shells I've ever shot. Jammed, ejector ripped right through the "metal" base, and I spent half of my time digging them out of my 1100. I will be looking hard at the base of any new shells I buy, and winchester is off of my list for now.
August 11, 2014