Always in the forefront of deer slug technology, Remington® redesigned the 12-gauge Slugger® Rifled Slug for a 25% improvement in accuracy. Also, at 1760 fps muzzle velocity, the 3" 12-gauge Magnum slugs shoot 25% flatter than regular 12-gauge slugs. Packed in convenient, easy-carrying 5-round boxes.
Great slug load.
I use this load (12 GA. 3") exclusively in my Remington 870 Tactical for IPSC style shoots & they are great. They are accurate, burn clean and don't load the bore up with lead like other brand slugs I used. Good load for home defense as well.
June 4, 2012
Bass Pro Shop once again held up to what they say and do. Ammunition was just what I ordered.
December 20, 2010
These slugs shoot well in my Remington 870. They have excellent knock down power fog hog hunting.
December 13, 2010
Most Kick, Most fun
My son and I shoot these from our Saiga 12 on an indoor range. Very accurate even with the Big Boy kick! Though some don't like it, lots of smoke, lots of noise, all the girls love the rapid fire vollies......
October 13, 2010
Correct. Rifled slugs are not made for a fully rifled barrel. In the riflled barrel the twist goes the opposite way that the bullet is spinning. Thus it doesn't matter what the twist is in your barrel. If you use these rounds with a rifled barrel, odds are that you are gonna wear down the rifling in your gun and make it less accurate. Even a rifled choke tube can make your shot less accurate. Usually when using these rifled slugs you want to use a gun with a smooth bore barrel. If you have a Rifled barrel then you want to buy the sabots, they might be more expensive, but they are alot more accurate. Thus the theory, "1 shot, 1 kill." Good Luck hunting to you all, and hopefully this helps you out!
Yes----the real test is how good do they work in your shotgun.Luckily these aren't super expensive rounds like many other's.Give it some range time and C---Once U find that perfect match tween the ammo and gun don't change it.Also Bass pro and Remington service center in Madision NC can give U valuable info. GooD HunN
the answer is yes if you have a 1 in 35 twist;however if you are luckey enough to have a 1 in 28 twist then the ansawer is no they will tumble right out of the barrel. the deal is the fast twist is better for sabots but most manufacturers use a 1 in 35 twist. i think this is because the fear people will fire the cheep foster style bullet and the gun would get a bad name.i would recomend the remington bounded core-locket
A modified choke can work with these slugs, Ive heard of many people using Improved cylinder choke tubes because of them having the least tightest diameter and with the likely hood that the gun came with the choke tube, for 12 ga choke tubes it goes from the tightest to least tighest- Full, Imp. Modified, Modified, Imp. Cylinder, Skeet, and Cylinder. I recommend at least the Imp. Cylinder, If you use a full choke tube you have the possibility of the bullet shooting the choke tube out, and thus ruining the barrel forever. So I hope this helps whoever needs to know and Good Luck Hunting to Everyone!!
I guess it depends on the firearm. For years I used a Remington model-11 in a full choke. It always shot them straight as a string. I killed as many deer @ 50 yards with it as I did @ 15 feet. Just shoot some of them in you 870 and see what they do. I bet they'll do just fine.
Good question--cyl bore is the optimum choke for slugs.U can probably get by w/a mod. choke.Once again I highly recommend range time not just 2 or 3 rounds but enough to make sure the gun and ammo match up to what is needed.GooD HuntN
about 25 years ago they changed these from a good cyl slug to a good mod slug if this is still the case then you shoud be ok.the best smooth bore slug i ever used was the original style brenekee but in a cyl barrel
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