|Bullet Weight||7/8 oz.|
|Bullet Type||#7-1/2 Shot|
|Ammo Caliber||20 Gauge|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||1200|
|Cost Per Round||36.0¢ per round|
Winchester loaded this shell with their own #7.5 lead shot, which is hard enough to avoid deformation and clusters densely together when its wad ejects it from the muzzle at 1,200 fps. Those .95” diameter pellets will prove exceedingly capable at downing a variety of birds ranging from woodcock to partridge, and even ol’ Br'er Rabbit won’t stand a chance. Number 7.5 shot is also a great choice for cracking clay, with a spread that won’t let any disc soar out of range.
Winchester takes all due care when they make shotshell hulls to ensure smooth feeding and extraction, and with their rugged brass heads these shells are worth every second you could spend reloading them. These shells’ dependable primers won’t have you feeling disappointment after you’ve shouted “Pull!” or spotted a dove, and their propellant charges are evenly loaded to ensure consistent muzzle velocities.