Remington’s Versa Max
Meets HyperSonic Steel
At times, there is serendipity between the appearance of a new shotgun and a new shotshell. Hot off the production lines, Remington’s new 12-gauge, Versa Max shotgun wedded to their radical, 1,700 fps, “HyperSonic” shotshell proved to be a scorching combination for an early season waterfowl hunt at Ameri-Cana’s Battle River Lodge in Alberta, Canada. Remington’s gun and shell combination worked together as a steel shot delivery system, that should forever put to bed any doubts about the effectiveness of steel in the field. It’s innovations like these that really keep the shotgunning world on its toes and competitive.
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