25 Rounds of 7/8 ounce #7 1/2 shot 20ga Ammo by Winchester
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One of the most important things to remember when you’re skeet shooting is to keep both eyes open. With both eyes open you’re going to be better able to track the target as it’s flying through the air. The one exception would be if you’re cross-dominant, in which case having both eyes open can make it harder to hit your target, note easier. Along those same lines keep in mind your shotgun is a point-and-shoot weapon, not one where you line it up like a rifle. Skeet shooting can be a lot of fun, and with a little practice you’ll be shattering clays with no trouble whatsoever. Of course, in order to shatter clays you need effective ammunition.
Some skeet shooters like to use a 20 gauge, and for those shooters Winchester makes these Super Target rounds. These are 20 gauge rounds with a 7/8 ounce load; being just shy of one ounce gives them sufficient power to propel the pellets towards your target without creating too much felt recoil. Each shell is packed with #7 ½ shot, which is favored by many for clay targets. Each of these rounds has excellent speed with a muzzle velocity of 1200 feet per second and is more than capable of obliterating your targets. Winchester makes these specifically for skeet, trap, and clay shooting, but they’re also good for target practice with paper targets and whatever stationary objects you’ve got, from pop cans to water jugs.
There are 25 rounds in this single box of ammunition from Winchester. It’s a great size for tucking in your range bag or stashing in your safe for a rainy day; after all, shotgun shells do get heavy, so transporting them in smaller packages is definitely easier. Winchester was founded in 1866, and if there’s one thing they know, it’s long guns. They got their start with the lever-action that became known as The Gun That Won the West, and over the decades they’ve manufactured numerous high-quality long guns. Their ammunition is made in the U.S.A. just like it’s always been and must adhere to stringent standards to leave the factory. Whether you’re shooting clays or blowing away pop cans, place your order, and feed your shotgun.