|Muzzle Velocity (fps)
|Cost Per Round
|$1.12 per round
This shotshell is outfitted with a 1-1/8 ounce shot column. That’s #7.5 lead shot, of course, which excels at beaning trap and sporting clays targets alike. The round’s 1,235 fps muzzle velocity gives its 394 or so shot pellets the momentum they need to home in on fast-flying and distant targets and break them.
Worried about recoil tiring you out? Remington doesn’t want that to happen, which is why they formulated the Nitro 27 shell’s powder to send less energy back toward the shooter upon ignition. This shell’s wad also collapses to mitigate felt recoil, and it makes certain to pattern such consistently spherical and hard shot pellets efficiently.
Remington’s American-made handicap dram equivalent shotshells are loaded with brown low-brass hulls, sensitive primers and clean-burning powder, and they are reloadable.