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12 Gauge - 3" 1-3/8 oz. #2 Shot - Remington Sportsman Hi-Speed Steel - 25 Rounds

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Quantity - 25 rounds per box
Manufacturer - Remington Sportsman Hi-Speed Steel
Load - 3" 1-3/8 oz. #2 Shot
Manufacturer Remington
Condition New
Bullet Weight 1-3/8 oz
Bullet Type #2 Shot
Quantity 25
Ammo Caliber 12 Gauge
Manufacturer SKU SST12HM2
Shot Material Steel
Shell Length 3"
Muzzle Velocity (fps) 1300
UPC Barcode 047700317007
Use Type
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Remington's Hi-Speed Steel loads are designed to help you ruffle some feathers at extended ranges without ruffling your wallet. Remington has been around since 1816 and is responsible for timeless firearms like the 870 shotgun as well as worldwide calibers like the .223 round which evolved into 5.56mm NATO. Their expertise makes them an authority in sporting activities while their wealth of knowledge lets them churn out inexpensive, dependable ammunition like these 12 gauge shells. Each shell uses a high-brass head with a moisture-resistance hull with an unfolded length of three inches; the larger cartridge size allows for a stronger propellant charge with no sacrifice in shot load.

The shot load itself comprises 1-3/8 ounces of steel pellets which won't pass lead toxins to the meat that you feed your family. Steel shot is sometimes the only choice you have on government-controlled land with legal mandates; the use of steel shot helps to cut down on fatal wildlife ingestion and preserves the wetlands for future generations. This particular load uses #2 size shot which will cut deep into geese and ducks in order to take them out of the sky quickly and humanely. The shell is ignited by a clean-burning primer which is sealed to the brass head in order to keep water out. As a result, duck hunters can expect consistent muzzle velocity and patterning with each pull of the trigger.
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