Remington Adds Premier Expander Shotshell Ammo

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posted on October 10, 2018
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Remington has expanded its selection of shotshells to include a new line featuring Barnes Sabot Slugs.

The Remington Premier Expander line will come in both 2 ¾” and 3”, for 12 and 20 gauges. The Barnes all-copper tipped Expander slug is engineered with six cutting petals that deploy at impact, to help down game more quickly. The entire Remington Premier shotshell line will feature its ballistics listed on its packaging, so customers know exactly what they're purchasing just by looking at the box.

Order # Gauge Shell Length Slug Weight Slug Type MSRP
20696 12 2 ¾" 438gr. Barnes Expander Tipped $14.69
20715 12 3" 438gr. Barnes Expander Tipped $16.87
20815 20 2 ¾" 250gr. Barnes Expander Tipped $14.69
20817 20 3" 250gr. Barnes Expander Tipped $16.87


For more, visit Remington.com.

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