100 Rounds of 00 Buck 12ga Ammo by Remington
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Shotgun shells have a long history; they’ve been around since the 19th century, and they’ve actually evolved significantly over time. The first shells were made in brass cases similar to those used in rifle cartridges, in fact, even the head, primer, and dimensions more closely resembled rifle cartridges than they did today’s hulls. For wadding, they used almost whatever was available, including leather, felt, and cork, and waterglass was used to fix the top overshot wad into place. It wasn’t until 1877 that paper hulls began to replace brass shells, and then it wasn’t until the 1960’s that the plastic cases used today were created. The materials may have changed, but one thing hasn’t: the awesome blasting capability of your 12-gauge shotgun.
You know your shotgun has some serious brawn, but did you know it can disable a vehicle and tear right through drywall? Law enforcement agencies use tactical shotguns to breach walls and doors and the military uses combat shotguns for myriad purposes. Many deer hunters fill their tags each hunting season by using 00 buck like these shells are loaded with, and some hunters say they’ve taken down feral hogs with them. It’s best to stay within fairly close range in order to maintain tight patterning; one reviewer said he maintained an under-9” spread at 25 yards using a full choke. And, just like any firearm, shot placement reigns supreme.
These shells are manufactured by Remington. All of Remington’s products are manufactured in America; their headquarters are in Ilion, New York, and they have plants all across the south. After nearly a century in business, their reputation for quality precedes them, and their name has been rusted by shooters for generations. These 12 gauge 00 buck shells have a muzzle velocity of 1,200 feet per second and make a serious hole. Whatever you use your shotgun for, these shells will prove both enjoyable and useful, and with 100 in the box, you can spend some quality time with your firearm.