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|Bullet Weight||1/2 oz.|
|Bullet Type||Rifled Slug|
|Ammo Caliber||20 Gauge|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||1800|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||1575|
|Cost Per Round||95.0¢ to $1.03 per round|
excellent at 50 and 75 yards
Review by none. (Posted on 8/30/13)
went to local gun club and sighted in.
(Posted on 8/30/13)
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top accuracy out of 20 ga. single shot!
Review by 1huntergreen. (Posted on 1/28/13)
Not every smoothbore 12 ga. will throw a slug, but the odds go way up that a smooth bore 20 ga. single shot does. The 1/2 ounce slug (233 grains) @ 1800fps does keep it on a tangerine @ 70 yards. A wooden clothes pin and some electrical tape can provide a fair back-sight ramp to put the front bead on top-center to aim with speed and repeated uniformity. The holes in a white-tail rib cage leak well. The actual shock value compares well with the 30-30 cartridge. This factory load is a low-report, low recoil, high accuracy, inexpensive simple solution for getting more out of your old single-shot 20 ga., five different gun brands tried including Excel. At nearly a dollar a shot your humble bird and rabbit gun becomes a precision deer gun with the Remington Slugger 2-3/4" 1/2 Oz. Heavier slug loads aren't as fast or flat-flying. 1800 feet per second is high velocity. At that speed it pays to learn how to aim your singleshot.
(Posted on 1/28/13)
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Posted On: 10/25/12 By: tarawa1943
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