For a wide variety of field shooting, these budget-stretching Remington® Game Load Shotshells include the same high quality components as the other Remington shotshells, with a more affordable price. Available in four different gauges (12, 16, 20 and .410 bore) to match up with your favorite upland shotguns. Lead shot sizes range from 6s to 8s.
they work great in my single shoot 410 the have a good pattern but ill mostly use super x
September 25, 2012
After trying, without success, to buy 16 ga shells locally decided to check out Bass Pro. Not only found shells but they were on sale. Ordered and received Friday before dove season opened on Saturday. Both my son and myself limited out. Got to shoot my favorite gun after leaving it in closet for several years. Quick shipment, great product and customer service made sure shells were shipped on time. Just wish I had bought another 20 boxes. THANK YOU
September 16, 2011
I used these shells in my 20 ga for squirrel and a few shots at some dove that came by. Great performance, no problems taking game.
September 5, 2011
I recently got these shells planning to hunt dove, quail, etc. when the season came but ended up shooting clays. They performed well and hit. Even better they reload well and look fresh from the factory.
June 27, 2011
I don't like using #6 for clays because you don't get as many pellets to break the target with. Also, some shooting ranges will limit you to 7 1/2 or less, particularly the ones near city limits. So I wouldn't recommend using the same shot for both.
As for case lots, when I have bought shells by the case from Bass Pro, they do not provide any additional discount for the case.
You can shoot dove with 12 or 20 ga. You just need a shotgun with minimal choke for wide paterns, and a fairly light load. Dove are pretty fast and small. That is why you want the light load and larger patern. It doesn't take alot to kill them, but they are fairly hard to hit, because they are small. Hope this helps.
My personal choice for cottontail rabbits is 20 ga. low brass #6 shot. This delivers light penetration, adequate shock/killing power, and are very affordable. 12, 16, 28, and .410 will also work well. I would just stick with the low brass for those as well.
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