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I have some Winchester AA "Low Recoil-Low Noise" 12 guage shells that are loaded with 26 Grams of shot.

I would like to know the ounce equivalent of 26 grams.

As I have developed arthritis in both shoulders I thought perhaps these might be easier on my shoulder.

Thanks for your help and Happy New Year!!

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Allen
 

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You won't notice much of a difference with the AAs.

You will notice more of a difference (from my experience) with the Remington STS Managed Recoil loads.

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26 grams is a little more than 7/8 of an ounce and a little less than one ounce.

The Winchester low noise, low recoil loads will surprise you.

They feel, and sound, like a .410 going off, yet they will absolutely hammer 16 yard targets. The people shooting with you will think you've loaded a box full of bloopers.

At a published 980 fps muzzle velocity, you may feel that you want to give hard lefts and rights a bit more lead, but the difference is barely noticeable.

They WILL be easier on your shoulder.
 

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If you use Google or any search engine and type in grams to ounces or ounces to grams, a you will find a conversion calculator. Then you just put in what you want converted
 
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