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Winchester® Supreme® Partition Gold Sabot Slug Shotshells

   

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12 Gauge

385 Grain

Slug

Shot Type:
Lead

Velocity (fps):
1725

Shell Length:
2.75"

Quantity:
5 rounds
  • $16.49

  • SKU: 824660

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20 Gauge

260 Grain

Sabot Slug

Shot Type:
Lead

Velocity (fps):
1800

Shell Length:
2.75"

Quantity:
5 rounds
  • $16.49

  • SKU: 874742

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From the 19th through the 20th, and now the 21st century, Winchester has led the industry in ground-breaking developments in shotshell loads and components. In 1997, Winchester introduced the most technologically-advanced shotshells in history - Supreme® shotshells. Winchester is continuing a shotshell manufacturing pedigree of quality and innovation that extends back to 1886. Supreme products are Winchester's best. They are the most technologically advanced ammunition money can buy and is one of the fastest, hardest-hitting slug on the market. 5 rounds per box.
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 12 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Get the job done I have used Winchester ammo in my slug guns for many years. I have always gotten very good accuracy and expansion. October 14, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by 12 gauge Winchester Sabot Ammo Test I tested 3 Winchester ammo's. Gun: H&R Ultra 12 gauge 24" rifled barrel with a 3" chamber. Scope: Nikon Monarch 1.5-4.5 power The gun was Zeroed @ 50 yards and ammo was test recorded @ 100 yards for drop and group. #1) Winchester "Partition Gold" 2.75" inch (1900 FPS) 385 grains. This ammo had low recoil, it had a 3" drop @ 100 yards and a 3" inch group @ 100 yards. This ammo was my #1 choice. #2) Winchester "Partition Gold" 3" inch (2000 FPS) 385 grains. This ammo kicked like a mule, it had a 5" drop @ 100 yards and a 3" inch group @ 100 yards. This ammo was my #2 choice. #3) Winchester Supreme Elite XP3, 2.75" inch (1900 FPS) 300 grains. This ammo had low recoil, it had a 5" drop @ 100 yards and around a 10" inch group @ 100 yards. I didnt like it and wouldnt buy it again. September 23, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by slugs these are the best shells i use,and what knock down power.they shoot almost as good as a 30-30.so if you have to hunt with shotgun only, these slugs are it.i shoot them out of a 11-87 slug gun with a scope. December 7, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best Sabot's on the market These slugs are amazing. I shoot them through my 12 gauge HR "Ultra Slugger" and seriously cut holes at 100 yds!!. The down range ballistics of this round are devastating to deer. I have shot all the other brands of "SABOTS" on the market. These with out a doubt are the best. These shells do kick alot harder than normal shells and a "Sissy Pad" might be helpful when sighting them in. December 13, 2009
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Only in a very open choke, and even then you would be wasting your money as they are only designed for use in a fully rifled barrel.
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They will fire, but, you wont hit anything with them. They were designed for rifled barrels.
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THIS SABOT AND BULLET LOOKS LIKE THE SAME USED IN THE 54 CAL
MUZZLE LOADERS; IS IT?
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12 guage has a nominal bore diameter of .729. The projectile is .50 cal. In adition, the sabot of this round has a force multiplier disc (artillary round technology) built into the sabot base. Therefore, in my humble opinion, I would say absolutely NOT!!
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Not quite sure but if it is a regular shot gun it would be a 12GA, and if it is a muzzle loader im not sure. sorry
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Bullet is a smaller cal. in a plastic case.around a .50 or larger
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