Remington® Premier® 20 gauge 2 3/4" AccuTip Bonded Sabot Slugs, 5 rounds

Item # WX2-214185

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Details & Specs

5 rounds Remington® Premier® AccuTip Bonded Sabot Slugs Punch huge holes with pinpoint accuracy, plain and simple.

The AccuTip doesn't just look intimidating, it's flattening whitetails and competitors in the tipped-slug game with devastating ferocity! In field-testing, both the 12 and 20-gauge versions produced huge wound channels and crumpled every deer they touched with a single shot. 

Check out the details:
  • Power Port Tip delivers dramatically superior accuracy - thus, the AccuTip name
  • Spiral nose cuts and special bonding technology control expansion at all ranges
  • Slug jacket is high-strength cartridge brass
  • High weight retention at all distances. For fully rifled barrels only.
  • Gauge: 20
  • Length: 2 3/4"
  • Slug Wt.: 260-grain
  • Muzzle Velocity: 1,850 f.p.s.
  • Muzzle Energy: 1,976 ft.-lbs.

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  1. 5 stars
    What can you say? These are excellent rounds, and are what my Savage 220 prefers. Good to 200 yards, literally. The price, with the my SG membership discount is unbeatable.
  2. 5 stars
    I love this ammo on the range and in the field... Extremely accurate and performs excellent on deer
  3. 5 stars
    I picked up the same ones last year from you, I know they work
  4. 5 stars
    Product shipped on time and was as listed.
  5. 4 stars
    Love them, in my opinion they're the best slug on the market!
  6. 5 stars
    good price -have not used yet
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