|Bullet Weight||7/8 oz.|
|Bullet Type||#7-1/2 Shot|
|Ammo Caliber||20 Gauge|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||1200|
|Cost Per Round||32.0¢ per round|
This shell is packed with 7/8 ounces of #7.5 shot. That payload weight makes this shell perfectly compliant with the Amateur Trapshooting Association’s rulebook, and #7.5 shot itself is perhaps the most popular among shooters who like to draw beads on clay discs. This shell’s shot is just as able to anchor small birds without destroying them, so your hunts will yield trophies instead of carnage. Winchester’s shot is categorically hard and spherical, ensuring that it clusters tightly together for the precision you need to take fast and small targets out of the air.
This case of 20 Gauge ammo also constitutes a worthy investment for handloaders, as its hulls and heads are both durable enough to weather several trips through the chamber. Depend on Winchester’s fine propellant and primers to serve you well, as they neither fail to ignite nor create much residue in doing so!