Remington Intros Premier Expander Shotshell Ammo Featuring Barnes Sabot Slug

Remington Premier Expander Shotshell Ammo with Barnes Sabot Slug
Remington Premier Expander Shotshell Ammo with Barnes Sabot Slug

Huntsville, AL – -( Delivering 2 ¾” or 3” magnum-caliber terminal performance in 12 and 20 gauge, tack-driving precision and Barnes devastating copper petal expansion, the new Remington Expander Sabot Slugs.

The Remington Premier Expander shotshell features Barnes all-copper tipped Expander slugs. The Barnes Expander slug is precision engineered with six cutting petals that deploy at impact to inflict enormous terminal damage and pass-through penetration to down game instantly.

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 the accuracy and terminal performance. Additionally, the all-new Remington Premier Expander shotshell line of ammunition features the ballistics listed on its packaging.

Remington Premier Expander Shotshell Ammo Specs
Remington Premier Expander Shotshell Ammo Specs
Remington Premier Expander Shotshell Ammo
Remington Premier Expander Shotshell Ammo


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Remington Arms Company, LLC, (“Remington”) headquartered in Madison, N.C., designs, produces and sells sporting goods for the hunting and shooting sports markets, as well as solutions to the military, government and law enforcement markets. Founded in 1816 in upstate New York, the Company is the nation’s oldest continuously operating manufacturer and continues to manufacture in its original plant located in Ilion, NY. Remington is a privately-held manufacturer of firearms, silencers, and ammunition products and one of the largest domestic producers of ammunition, shotguns, and rifles. The Remington family of companies has 8 locations across 8 states employing over 2,500 people and distributes its products throughout the U.S. and in over 55 foreign countries.

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Monte C.

Well Travis, since you wanted us to post our choice of bullet in the comments, here’s mine. Ultra Core-Loc with 1900 fps muzzle velocity not the new expander with muzzle velocity less than 1500 fps & less range. If I want to shoot Barnes Sabots, then I will take my muzzle loader that has the power to shoot out to 200 yards with a 4 inch drop. I think Remington Ammo Division needs to actually ask the hunters what they want. If the marketing department needs a sanity check, then offer both types of ammunition. The sales reports will tell… Read more »


Yikes!!! I won’t be buying any at that price.


My God this bald guy is insufferable…. Calm the fuck down and shut your damn mouth for 3 fucking seconds holy shit bro.

Daniel Koval

Is this new sabot slug Remingtons replacement for the Discontinued copper solids??????

Lee J

How about a little more data on the shell. At that price they should be proud of their product. Not shying away from telling you about it. How about some accuracy figures, penetration figures, velocity figures ?? With that price for a box of 5 shells, it should gut, process and freezer wrap your deer.

Charles Valenzuela

Is this for smooth bore or only rifled barrels? Article doesn’t say and Remington’s website doesn’t say either. A little more info in the article would be good.


Sabot (usually) equals a rifled barrel or rifled choke for best performance.

Mack The Knife

Sabots are for rifled barrels.

E delatorre

Dang straight lou


Too much money! Your talking about a shotgun slug right?
A box of 5 should cost around $2.50!!!


Velocity? Accuracy? Penetration? Cost? It would be better if articles were more than advertisements.

Lou Salter

Remington needs to return to reality pricing. A 25 cent shot shell should never be priced above a dollar a round! And they wonder why they’re bankrupt? Unless Remington actually has nothing to do with the manufacture of the shotshell, and there are 7 middlemen involved!