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Winchester AA TrAAcker Shotshells

Winchester AA TrAAcker Shotshells

Tonight on American Rifleman TV: 50 Years of the Winchester AA

This all-new episode of ARTV takes you to East Alton, Ill., to the Winchester ammunition plant to see how the iconic AA shotshells are produced.

Tracer Shotshells

Tracer shotshells were used on military training ranges for the most part and were produced by civilian companies for military contracts.

Where Can I Get . . . : RST Classic Shotshells

Vintagers, double-gun hunters and other shotgun buffs whose preferred loads aren’t carried by their local big-box store can find a wide array of low-pressure, low-recoil, high-performance options via online seller RST Classic Shotshells.

Read the Label: What a Box of Shells Can Tell You

Ranging from arcane and obsolete to practical—and possibly lifesaving—what’s printed on the side of a box of shotshells can tell you most of what you need to know.

Reading a Shotshell Box: What You Need to Know

Ranging from arcane and obsolete to practical—and possibly lifesaving—what’s printed on the side of a box of shotshells can tell you most of what you need to know.

Product Preview: Rio Ammunition Vintage 1896 Shotshells

Paper was the standard hull material for scatterguns at the time Rio Ammunition got its start in 1896.

SHOT Show 2017: Federal Premium Gold Medal Grand Shotshells

Product developers at Federal Premium took inspiration from the past to come up with a new shotshell line—the Gold Medal Grand—that promises to deliver an edge in today’s highly competitive clay-target world.

Rifleman Q & A: Leads On Leading

A reader asks for advice on the use of “shotshells” in pistols.

Video: Federal Premium Shotshell Production

Watch this American Rifleman TV segment from the Federal Premium Ammunition factory to see how shotshells are made.

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