Remington Introduces Premier Expander Sabot Slugs

posted on October 10, 2018

Remington has announced its new Premier Expander Sabot Slugs, loaded with top-quality components to provide confidence in accuracy and terminal performance at a price hunters will appreciate.

The new loads feature Barnes’ all-copper tipped Expander slugs, which are precision engineered with six cutting petals that deploy at impact, delivering massive terminal damage and pass-through penetration to drop game instantly.

Premier Expander Sabot Slug offerings include:
• 12-gauge, 2¾″, 438-gr. | $14.69 per 5-rnd. box
• 12-gauge, 3″, 438-gr. | $16.87 per 5-rnd. box
• 20-gauge, 2¾″, 250-gr. | $14.69 per 5-rnd. box
• 20-gauge, 3″, 250-gr. | $16.87 per 5-rnd. box

The all-new Remington Premier Expander shotshell line conveniently lists ballistics on its packaging for quick reference. For more information, go to


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