|Bullet Weight||Not Applicable|
|Bullet Type||#00 Buck|
|Ammo Caliber||12 Gauge|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||1225|
|Cost Per Round||93.3¢ per round|
This 12 Gauge shell is three inches long, so it has the space to house fifteen pellets of 00 buckshot. So much shot per trigger pull delivers a highly dense spread, and with its payload’s combined weight of nearly two ounces of lead, even a partial hit is certain to prove debilitating to the target.
This shell is designed to deliver a stable 1,225 fps muzzle velocity. Its cushioned shot column and granulated polymer buffering both serve to keep its hard lead shot undeformed throughout ignition, even further ensuring the kind of spread density that will prove so lethal downrange!
Remington puts their Express label on shells that they build to perform whenever they’re needed. These shells’ handsome green hulls and gleaming brass heads facilitate smooth cycling, and their modern explodey bits ignite without generating gummy residues that could impact a shotgun’s functionality. If you own a 12 Gauge, there’s little reason not to have a case of such potent, versatile ammo at the ready.