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Remington 12 Gauge 3" #4 Buck 41 Pellets 5 Round Box

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Remington has the right ammo for any occasion: for hunting, try this 3" 12 Gauge Magnum buckshot round with #4 Lead Buckshot (41 Pellets) at 1225 fps is an excellent choice for bigger deer.

When the biggest bucks somehow materialize out of nowhere you better be ready to make the most of it. Remington's buckshot lets you shoot with the confidence once possible only with a rifle. The reasons for choosing Remington are numerous. Some say it's unbeatable value. Regardless of the reason, we remain unwavering in our sprit of a legendary brand. Express Buckshot is one of the great values in shotgun deer loads. A combination of heavy cushioning behind the shot column and a granulated polymer buffering helps maintain pellet roundness for tight, even patterns.

Magnum Buckshot
12 Gauge
3" in length
#4 Buck 41 Pellets
1225 fps
5 Round Box

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

Ammo price is per box.


Item#: 66081
Total number of Reviews: 10

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5.0 5
"I have always heard people talk about OO or 000 buck as the prefered shot size when wanting to use a shotgun round in varmint, pest control and home defense situations. After using the Remington rounds loaded with #4 buck, I developed my own opinion. Target shooting with these rounds is awesome! My shooting partners hit the target with their rounds, then I unleash mine. I don't gloat... I just smile. 41 individual rounds in one is more devastating than 10-15. Smaller projectiles means less kinetic energy. If it is in a home defense scenario, over penetration of interior walls is not a desired effect. I'm not saying they won't go through walls but reducing the probability of sustained velocity is a factor. I think this is by far my favorite shotgun round. Works excellent against varmints and unwanted pests too."
5.0 5
"These rounds are the best (two thumbs up) for long range waterfowl and bringing down those canadians"
4.0 5
"Bought 2 boxes for my winchester model 120 smoothbore, with a 28\" barrell. Shot only four rounds into a delivery pallet and decided to just save the rest for when I need it. Pretty much, after each round (shooting at boards) I had to find a new target, though not as powerful as 00 or 000 buckshot, I would only be hesitant with this ammo if I seen a bear. I also shot one round into like a 25 gallon drum barrell, and just destroyed it. Its hard to actually find a spread pattern with these as the paper, wood, and barrell targets all just get blown to peices. You really can NOT go wrong with this ammo, Great home defense choice!"
5.0 5
"Grew up shooting this very ammunition at geese along a wildlife refuge border we knew as the 'firing line'. Have dropped geese dead regularly at 70 to 80 yards many hundreds of times. Now not legal due to the non toxic requirements throughout the country I think a lot of people overlook the devestation capable with #4 buckshot. It is superior to 00 or 000 buck due to its greater pattern density."
5.0 5
"Best knockdown power I ever shot. Patterns real well, wouldn't trade no other shot for it got a lot of friends doing the same"
1.0 5
"I haven't gone out and shot or patterned the load yet, but I took one shell from each of the 3 boxes I bought and all 3 shells only had 39 pellets each. In addition to being short on pellets the pellets were deformed. It seems like these should be on the clearance rack. As deformed as these pellets are I\uFFFDm sure it will throw off the pattern. I only rated it one bullet because Remington should know better than to try to skimp, and for a general lack of quality. 39 pellets instead of 41 pellets in each shell is A LOT when you make hundreds of thousands of rounds. I doubt two pellets makes too much difference when shooting but it is false advertisement. When I opened up the first one I figured it was just a screw up, but after opening the third I knew it wasn't a fluke. Remington is just trying to cut corners to make a buck. I think I will start shopping elsewhere for my ammo needs."
4.0 5
"At 30 yards with a full choke 1100, the patern was tight enough but not completely full. I still trust it to get the job done when I need it."
5.0 5
"Very powerful, excellent load and killing power is awesome. Kicks like a mule though."
4.0 5
"One of my favorite loads out of my 20 inch tactical shotgun with no choke. Patterns good at 30 yards giving about a two and a half foot pattern. Had one fail to fire today and learned that the head of the case was concave giving a light firing pin strike. Would not fire after four attempts. Tore it apart after reading the low pellet count review by another reviewer and found this one had only 40 pellets in it and not the 41 claimed."
4.0 5
"Even though these shells may be loaded by weight and not exact pellet count, they are still a heck of a load. I get good patterns at moderate to long ranges with few flyers or big holes in the patterns with these out of a cylinder bore shotgun. Back when I was patterning these I was indeed getting 41 holes in the paper so they are not all low on pellet count. CTD has a very good price on these right now too!"