Remington Game Load Shotshells
Used For Years
I have used this round for years when I want a good all around shell in 2 3/4" for my Remington 870 shotgun. It is an excellent value for price and performance and it has excellent performance when used within its limitations. I always use the #6 shot for squirrels, rabbits, clays and practice. It will also perform well on dove, quail, and pheasant if you have a good close range shot. It has mild recoil and is an excellent value, but you have to use it within its LIMITATIONS.
December 14, 2007
Can't beat them
Great shell to reload and the 6's are fantastic for rabbit hunting... Will reach out and touch one without loading them up with shot. The 7 1/2 and 8'S will do the same on the dove with many very long shots out of a 30" wingmaster with a full choke and many doubles and a few tripples from time to time... And again, They relaod great also.... Have always loved them... Only Federal champions reload as good in my book... Been shooting them over 35 years... They were called Mohawks years ago.... Same shells... Great price, Will get the job done... No target load here... Brings home the dinner everytime....
March 15, 2014
Great for plinking and varmints
The game loads are very great for close range shooting and just for shooting at any targets. As far as hunting with them you have to know what you want to hunt. Rabbit and Squirrel are fine. When you get into bird hunting, switch to a different load. The pattern is not good for long range. Such as 25 Yards or more. Great starter shells for those who are new to the sport.
February 6, 2008
Cheap but good
This ammo is great for the price. I use it mainly at the skeet range to practice for duck season. It cycles my 11-87 reliably and I can make as many if not more solid hits than other shooters using much more expensive target loads. As a matter of fact I shot a few perfect rounds of skeet with this ammo.
September 14, 2007