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  1. 1 year ago
    Performs as Intended
    Good, hard to find ammo. Performs flawlessly. After 1000 rounds, no hiccups.
  1. 1 year ago
    Best competition loads available
    I've been using these for registered trap completion for a few years. The best of whats available these days.
  1. 1 year ago
    Great stopping power
    I bought a box last year because I wanted a 180 grain bullet for elk hunting and was strapped for time. Dropped a nice bull in his tracks at 150 yards. Can't wait to try it on a big MS hog.
  2. 2 years ago
    Hammer time
    Great ammo! It lookeded like a bomb went off in the hogs head!
  1. 11 months ago
    Great Ammo
    All things being equal, This is the ammo I would go to if my life depended on it. Runs good in my HK91.
  1. 7 months ago
    Dead On Arrival
    Shot a 25# long beard at 65yds last April. Rolled over with one shot. Use Hevishot turkey choke @ .667. A real killer. Do not let the old boy get away. Pace off 70 yds so you know your range. Set your decoys further out. Best I have ever used and price is great. Go for it.
  1. 1 year ago
    Great ammo
    I love this ammo! Been using this ammo for many years with great success. I am just sorry academy no longer carries it. I could use about 10 more boxes!!
  1. 3 months ago
    AA
    Best performance of any target shell, 1300 SS 7.5 are great for grouse .
  2. 11 months ago
    Best ammo for the price
    We shoot several thousands of rounds of these in competition each year, in 4 years and who knows how many thousands of rounds , we've had 1 miss fire, bad primer. Very consistent powder charge, less smoke than most, good stiff hull for consistent feeding.
  1. 2 years ago
    Winchester AA 20ga Shotshells
    Dependable, great patterns, low recoil. Feed well in auto or bolt action , pump guns. Also very easy to reload. Great product, and the great Winchester name!
  1. 2 years ago
    HIGH FLYERS,NO PROBLEM
    SHOT THESE ON A DOVE HUNT.OMG.AFRAID I MIGHT HIT A CESSNA TOOK DOVE AT INCREDITABLE YARDAGE AN HEIGHTS.WOW. RECOIL A BIT MUCH BUT A SLIP ON PAD TAMES MOST OF IT.
  2. 3 weeks ago
    great shell for doves!
    these Texas game loads are perfect for quail and doves. they have the right amount of powder and shot for a clean kill.
  1. 11 months ago
    Good Stuff!
    Good ammo plus you can't beat free movement of product to house! Plan to order more!
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Choose the Right Size Ammunition for Your Gun

Before purchasing ammunition online, consider what type of ammunition will work with your existing rifle, shotgun, pistol or other firearm. The caliber of ammunition indicates the internal diameter of each bullet's barrel and is an easy way to determine whether a bullet will fit in your gun. A common caliber is .22 and is often followed by letters, such as .22 L and .22 S, which show that the bullets are designed to work with long-barrel and short-barrel rifles, respectively. By selecting appropriate rifle ammunition and other firearm ammunition, the incidence of jamming is greatly reduced.

Ammunition Construction

Whether you plan on using ammunition for target practice, hunting purposes or defensive measures, there is plenty of ammunition for sale from many different popular brands, including Federal ammunition and Winchester ammunition. To ensure a kill shot when hunting big game, like caribou or deer, choose hollow-tip ammunition, which has a hole in the center that allows the bullet to expand upon impact, optimizing internal damage. Bullets with a full metal jacket are perfect for shooting targets, since their casing lets them travel faster.

Rimfire or Centerfire Ammunition

Ammunition is largely divided into 2 sections - rimfire ammunition and centerfire ammunition. When it comes to choosing between the 2, centerfire ammunition is generally the better, more versatile option, since centerfire bullets travel faster than rimfire bullets, feature bigger casings and hold more gun powder.