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Remington™ Slugger 410 Gauge Rifled Slugs
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Rated 5 out of
Gary RogersGreat product only tried 2 so far.They seem to work great!!!!!!!!
Date published: 2016-12-21
Rated 5 out of
Perfect short slugWanted a short range lighter slug and they work perfectly for just that.
I can't find a 1/2oz slug sold by Remington for the 410, all they have is a 1/5oz. I don't want to order these if they're non-refundable and end up being labeled wrong.
Asked by: Patrick M
Hello Patrick M,
The Remington Slugger .410 Bore Rifled Slugs has the following specification: 1/5 oz. lead slugs
Answered by: smartinez
Date published: 2016-09-22
Are these 1/5 oz or 1/2 oz?
Asked by: Booya
The Remington Slugger .410 Bore Rifled Slugs are 1/2 oz. lead slugs.
Answered by: KimberlyR
Date published: 2016-08-25
Can you use these in a Remington 870 12 gauge Shotgun?
Asked by: Krscott
The Remington Slugger .410 Bore Rifled Slugs have a 2-1/2" shell length and a .410 gauge/bore. As always, please consult the product manual for full details on ammunition that can and cannot be used with your firearm. Never attempt to fire any ammunition out of a weapon before, first, confirming that the ammunition can safely be used. You can verify this in several different ways:
1.) Refer to the product manual
2.) Contact the manufacturer directly
3.) Check the barrel as the accepted calibers are printed on or near the barrel