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Remington Gun Clubs VS Remington Game Loads

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by DoubleAuto, Aug 11, 2007.

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  1. DoubleAuto

    DoubleAuto Well-Known Member

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    Anyone know the antimony percent in these two Remington Shotshells?
     
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    no but the hull reloads the same

    Gene
     
  3. maclellan1911

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    No, but I prefer the game loads.
     
  4. Quack Shot

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    There should be little or no difference. Hulls are about the same and so are the rest of the components in similar loadings.
     
  5. maclellan1911

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    game loads 1oz 1290 fps 6 7.5 8 shot size
    gun clubs 1 1/8 1200 fps 7.5 8 . As far as shot goes, couldnt tell you magnum from chilled.
     
  6. DoubleAuto

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    I have always used trap loads while dove hunting. With the increase in shell costs, I am looking for a cheaper alternative. I can get the Gun Clubs and the Game Loads both for about $4.00 per box. I may just go with the better Remington trap loads anyway. They are only running about $5.48 per box and they pattern so good out of my Browning Lightning Feather. Any of them will kill doves.
     
  7. joshif

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    The game loads come in 6's. I shoot them in unlimited type shoots.Probably 3% antimony which is all you need from the concrete.Worried about it? Shoot a tighter choke.Simple enough.
     
  8. maclellan1911

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    I just like the game loads better? Maybe becouse when I go to buy gun clubs on sale they never have them, so I got the game loads.
     
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    Seems like every other week Dick's has the 1 oz game loads for $3.28 a box in flats. Because they only have 20 shells to a box, you need to buy two extra boxes to make up a real flat. Dick's rewards program gets you a 10.00 off coupon for every 300.00 you spend and they send an additional 10.00 off coupon whenever the spirit moves them. That provides some decent prices on a Shell that at 1290 is a great 1oz shell that has patterned very well for me.

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    The best price that I have seen on Game Loads this year is $35.80 per flat in the 25/box at a Wal-Mart in Alabama. They are $41.40 a flat in southeast Tennessee.
     
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    "Seems like every other week Dick's has the 1 oz game loads for $3.28 a box in flats."

    Last week the local Dicks in Conshohocken PA had the universal loads that come 20 to a box on sale at that $3.28/ box price, so they wind up costing $4.10 for 25 shells, a little more than the Game Loads that Dick's has on sale this week for $3.99/ box if you buy 10 boxes (they never have unopened flats anymore, so I have to take my own empty cardboard flat boxes in the store with me). If Wally's in PA sold Game Loads for $35.80 a flat, I'd buy all they had (they sell for $4.19/ box here)

    I shot practice yesterday with the 7-1/2 shot Game Loads, and the more I shoot with these, the better I like them.

    I can also get the 1 oz. 3 dram #SS12H1 Estates in 7-1/2 or 8 shot locally for $4.49, which I don't usually mind paying since the gunshop is close by. These and the Game Loads are my favorite cheap practice shells - JoeBerg
     
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