|Bullet Weight||1 oz.|
|Bullet Type||Rifled Slug|
|Ammo Caliber||12 Gauge|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||1200|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||1397|
|Cost Per Round||$1.30 per round|
Remington’s Slugger Managed-Recoil shell removes about 45 percent of the felt recoil. But it’s still not wanting for power. This shell’s one ounce slug leaves the barrel at 1,200 fps (which is still supersonic), and it delivers nearly 1,000 ft lbs of energy at 50 yards (which is plenty good for deer). If you’re looking for home defense ammo, this shell will do the job well. It’s beyond potent enough to neutralize a threat, and having less recoil to jerk your aim off target could prove life-saving.
This case of 100 shells is split up into 20 boxes, so you can share with friends and even surprise your wife with a box of slugs on Valentine’s Day. Remington’s solid lead slug doesn’t attract a magnet, their powder and primer are both optimized to mitigate barrel fouling, and their precision molded hulls promote reliable feeding in pump-actions and every other kind of shotgun.*
*Low recoil ammunition may fail to cycle semi-automatic shotguns.