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12 Gauge Remington Premier AccuTip Bonded Sabot Slug 2-3/4" 385 Grain Slug 1850 fps 5 Round Box PRA12

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Hunting deer with a shotgun only requires the right ammo, and Remington has you covered with this 12 Gauge 2-3/4" Premier AccuTip Bonded Sabot Slug it has a 385 Grain projectile which it launches at 1850 fps.

It doesn't just look intimidating, it's flattening whitetails and competitors in the tipped-slug market with devastating ferocity. Guided by our new Power Port Tip, the AccuTip Bonded Sabot Slug delivers a degree of accuracy and terminal performance unmatched by any other we tested. This masterpiece of aerodynamics consistently prints tiny 100-yard groups and transfers tremendous knockdown force out to the farthest reaches of shotgun range. It's the largest tipped slug you'll find anywhere.

Power Port Tip delivers dramatically superior accuracy; Spiral nose cuts and proprietary bonding technology control expansion at all ranges from 5 to 200 yards; Huge .58-caliber slug is the largest tipped slug available today; Over 95% weight retention - weighs more after impact than all the others start with! Slug jacket made from high-strength cartridge brass; Designed for use in fully-rifled barrels only

Muzzle velocity: 1850fps
Uses: Deer, Medium Game, Personal Protection

5 rounds per box. To buy a full case, order 50 boxes.

Ammo price is per box


Item#: 53123,2-REMPRA12,7-APRA12,3-0311079,6-0311079
Total number of Reviews: 1

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"Bought four boxes of this stuff to sight in and use this deer season. Using a Mossberg 500 w/ 24in rifled barrel. This stuff is prone to flyers. 2 shots will be touching at a hundred yards and the next is barely on the paper. I destroyed a coyote with it one day and the next it cost me a big buck. Can't be trusted for ethical kill shots. At least not from a Mossy."
– ScottyRed, AL