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post #1 of 35 (permalink) Old 01-21-2010, 12:34 PM Thread Starter
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sts shotshells

what are your opinions on remington sts shotshells?
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Re: sts shotshells

Reliable, great hulls for loading!

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Love them. The nitro sporting's will get to you by the end of the day but the 27's aren't bad for an all day shoot.
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Re: sts shotshells

thank you.i quit loading shotshells along time ago and now i want to start shooting in a few tournaments,so just trying to figure what shells to try.
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Re: sts shotshells

I like the sts shells and the nitro 27's. For clays and
skeet I also like the winchester AA shells.

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Re: sts shotshells

They are pretty salty in terms of price if you ask me. I don't think that they offer you much advantage over some of the cheaper shells. I like the Rio star team shells for sporting and their top trap for a heavier load. They save you $20+ per case. The Remington Gun Clubs are a bad target shell as well. I agree with Duckman in that the nitro sporting shells beat you pretty hard by the end of the day. Good luck!
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Re: sts shotshells

I've shot them and would shoot them again,problem is I can't afford them. I also like Rio

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Re: sts shotshells

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Reliable, great hulls for loading!
Agreed.

I use and reload Win AA's, my buddy shoots and reloads Rem STS's.

Neither have any complaints.
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Re: sts shotshells

The only hulls I reload are STS, Nitro and Win AA. I reload them with 7/8 oz of 7 1/2 or 8 shot @ 1350 fps. Breaks anything out there.

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Re: sts shotshells

Shoot 'em, and again, and again. I get a lot of reloads out of Gun Club hulls too. Not as many as STS, but enough to make it worth while to pick up the Gun Club empties. AA's - not since they went to the new design.

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