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28 Gauge - 2-3/4" 3/4oz. #8 Shot - Winchester AA - 250 Rounds

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Quantity - 250 Rounds
Manufacturer - Winchester
Load - 2-3/4” 3/4oz. #8 Shot
Manufacturer Winchester
Condition New
Bullet Weight 3/4 oz.
Bullet Type #8 Shot
Quantity 250
Ammo Caliber 28 Gauge
Manufacturer SKU AASC288
Shot Material Lead
Shell Length 2-3/4"
Muzzle Velocity (fps) 1300
Attracts Magnet No
UPC Barcode 00020892025578
Use Type
Sporting Clays
Target Loads
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A target shooter’s shotgun says a lot about them. When they hoist a 28 Gauge, you can tell right away that they’ve got class, style, and the skill they need to never let an unbroken clay return to the earth. That kind of sounds like you, doesn’t it?

Winchester’s AA series 28ga ammo makes the perfect companion when you’re putting clay pigeons in your sights. This shotshell is charged up with 3/4 ounces of #8 shot. That’s a light shot column, relatively speaking, but small 0.09” diameter shot is still going to produce a pattern that’s thick to the tune of 308 pellets. This shell’s pattern is narrow in addition to dense, because its #8 shot is made of hard lead which doesn’t flatten down before proceeding to cluster in compact formation.

Winchester’s AA wad is a dual purpose piece of equipment. Its full-length shot cup neatly spreads its contents just after expulsion from the muzzle, and its collapsible midsection averts shot deformation while softening recoil for the shooter. Noncorrosive, clean-shooting and American-made, Winchester’s AA series ammo is also reloadable courtesy of its high-strength hulls!
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