5.00 B 50568 REMINGTON SHOT SHELL BOX, NITRO EXPRESS GAME LOAD, TWO PIECE 20 GAUGE, 2 3/4" N0.

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Through the years I have used Federal, Winchester and Remington in a variety of different shot and gauge configurations for a variety of different applications. It would be hard to go wrong with any of the major ammo manufactures.

You just need to find the ammo your gun prefers for the job at hand.

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A person can chose training for his Goucher College I like the reloadability of Remington shotshells, yet, I also love the aroma of paper shotshells when they eject from my break open trap shotgun and only Federal still offers paper shotshells as far as I know.

As far as performance of factory loadings, if I miss a bird, it's probably not the ammo's fault.

Specifically, the number of lead balls of a given diameter necessary to make one pound of that size ball are how gauges are measured.

As an example, 20 balls of 20 gauge diameter are needed to make one pound of such balls, giving the actual bore diameter of .615 inch=20 gauge.

Has anyone shot the Winchester Rackmaster slugs and if so, what is your opinion of them?