Remington Express Buckshot Shotshells
More Killpower for less money
I have used this type of shotgun load for years and it has never failed me. I usually use 12 Gauge 3 inch 00 Buckshot for Coyotes, foxes, porcupines, and various other things. The distance on the shot is more than I had expected. I shot a coyote at 75 yards and killed it. I was using a full choke when I took the shot. I must have gotten lucky on the shot because four of the fifteen pellets hit it and knocked it down. The price is one that I can not beat.
February 22, 2007
this really works
i use 12ga 3in 00buck and i took down a deer form 25yards with one shot this really is a good shell
July 23, 2007
Simply the BEST!
As a former Marine and Police Chief I am picky about what I use in a CQB/Home defense shotgun. I have found that this load gives you the best chance of being able to penetrate items you may have to shoot through to stop a subject. In 12ga, a 3in, #4 shot is outstanding in perfomance for my short barrel Mossberg 500.
November 4, 2006
Very Tight pattern out of a 3 1/2 inch load. I never had any animal get away while using this shell in the #4 Buckshot load and the 00 buckshot load. The recoil is a reasonable for the shell but I deal with it. My gun is also light as well. I have a Harrington and Richardson 12 Gauge and it only weighs 5 pounds. That explains the recoil. I always use the Buckshot loads in the full choke. Nothing tighter. The heavier the gun the less recoil you might have with experiencing these shells. These shell I only use on coyotes and foxes and other small furbearers.
February 6, 2008