Remington expands shotshell ammo line with Premier Expander series
By Jacki Billings
The Remington Premier Expander shotshell comes in either 12 or 20-gauge. (Photo: Remington)
Remington broadens its ammunition inventory with the addition of a new series of shotshell ammo known as the Remington Premier Expander. The Remington Premier Expander shotshell uses Barnes all copper-tipped Expander slugs which feature six cutting petals. These petals engage upon impact in order to cause detrimental damage and “pass-through penetration.” The ammunition comes in 2 3/4-inch or 3-inch shell lengths in either 12 or 20-gauge.
The Remington Premier Expander shotshell uses Barnes copper-tipped slugs. (Photo: Remington)
“Delivering 2 3⁄4-inch or 3-inch magnum-caliber terminal performance in 12- and 20-gauge, tack-driving precision and devastating Barnes copper petal expansion, new Remington Expander is hands down, the hardest-hitting, most deadly-accurate slug ever to hit the whitetail woods,” Remington said in a statement. “The Remington Premier Expander shotshell is loaded to the highest industry standards with top quality components to provide hunters the fullest measure of confidence in accuracy and terminal performance.”
The Remington Premier Expander ammunition line is available now with a price tag of $14.69 for the 2 3/4-inch shells and $16.87 for the 3-inch shells.
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