Remington Premier Accutip Sabot Slugs

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Remington Premier Accutip Sabot Slugs -
Realize the deadly long-range potential of your rifled-shotgun with the largest and heaviest sabot slug on the market. The giant .58-cal. slug tears massive wound channels and mushrooms perfectly from 5 to 200 yards. Retains 95% of its weight on impact. Spiral nose cuts and bonded construction control expansion at long ranges. Power Portâ„¢ Tip consistently provides tight groupings at 100 yards. Slug jacket made from high-strength cartridge brass jacket.
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Remington Premier Accutip Sabot Slugs Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

best slugs ever

shot 2 does this mornin in the temple just below the ear and they just completely dropped in there tracks. sighted in my mossberg 500 slug barrel at 60 yards and it can put these slugs in the same hole. thats how consistant these slugs are. no complaints with these slugs
meatmissle1 at Cabelas on 12/26/2011


I shoot these out of an 870 express w/ Remington Rifled barrel. This combo gives tight groups w/ awesome knockdown power.
ILMIGRATOR83 at Cabelas on 11/26/2013

Negative Reviews:

Poor performance on game but very accurate

I have deer hunted for 40 years, and take my slug shooting very seriously. Have used a Rem. 870 Special Purpose Cantilevered 12g a. with a Leupold 2-7X Scope for about 17 years. Gun is a tack driver. Up to this season, was shooting Federal sabots (hour glass shaped slugs that they no longer mfr). Excellent accuracy and knockdown out to 150 yards max. These slugs hit deer like a freight train, and on frontal or severe rear quartering shots would completely traverse the body and leave an exit hole.
The only neg. was that they didn't expand much, and tended to leave clean holes thru and thru. But they smashed through shoulder, etc. every time. Switched to the much hyped Accu-tip. From a bench rest, these slugs were super accurate. Shot them out to 200 yards, and would be confident in the field out to that range with a good solid rest. Couldn't wait to take them hunting. Last week, had a mature buck at a severe quartering angle at 130 yards. My first shot took the deer thru the hindquarter, headed for the lungs. Long story short, the slug stopped in the hindquarter, and I had to shoot this deer in the chest 2X more to finish after a tracking job. Never used 3 shots on a deer in my life. The Federal slug would have anchored this deer in its tracks. Two days later, has another mature buck come in trailing a doe. Took the shot at 50 yards, aiming for the shoulder to break the deer down on the spot. The slug exploded on the shoulder, leaving a 3" dia. hole, never entering the chest cavity! The deer remained on its feet, and actually started after the doe again before I dropped it with a second shot in the lungs. I'm lucky that I had the chance to get a 2nd shot off because I wouldn't have recovered this deer with the initial shot. Again, the Federal slug would have anchored this deer on the spot. These slugs are super accurate, but they mushroom quickly and don't penetrate well because of that rapid expansion (deer are not ballistic gelatin). You will not get pass-thru shots. I was extremely disappointed in the performance on game. They did not have the knock down that my previous Federal slugs had. I might be doing something wrong here, but these slugs are way overrated for performance on game. Yes, they expand well and are accurate. But expect
tracking jobs and follow up shots because they do NOT blow through the chest cavity. No exit holes. I found the slugs floating loose in the body cavity when I dressed these deer. If I have to take a perfect broadside shot in the soft rib area every time I shoot, I'll pass on these. Kill shots come in many angles, and when I'm hunting I take these shots. I need a slug that can handle a variety of shot presentations AND punch through the deer. I'll be trying other slugs. I'll give up some shooting range for clean kills on deer any day. That's my story. Hope it helps.
whitetailhtr1 at Cabelas on 11/27/2013

3 failure to fires!

Purchased 4 boxes of 12 gauge 2 3/4 inch for my mossberg 500. 2 failure to fires at the range, but the most disappointing one was having a bear in my crosshairs at 20 yards and yet another failure to fire. Never ever purchase these. Thankfully they didn't fail in a life threatening situation. 3 failures out of the 16 I tried is crazy poor quality control. Discussion threads online from 2008 show this same problem. Avoid at all costs.
njhunter74 at Cabelas on 12/11/2013