In In 2016, there are plenty of shop options for people who are looking to buy shotgun shells; however, if you want a wide selection of shotgun gauges, styles, and brands to choose from, then thereäó»s only one place you should be looking: Discount Enterprises (DeGuns)!
What Gauge Are You Looking For?
There are numerous shotgun gauge sizes in existence. If youäó»re looking to purchase shotgun shells, then itäó»s important that you buy the shells in a gauge that matches the gauge of your shotgun. For example, if you have a 12-gauge shotgun, then you need to buy 12-gauge shotgun shells.
You might find it interesting to learn what gauge numbers meanäóîif you didnäó»t already know. Gauge numbers are in reference to the bore diameter of shotguns and are equivalent to the amount of lead balls that can fit inside the diameter and add up to measure 1 pound. Therefore, a 20-guage has a diameter that is equal to a lead ball weighing 1/20-pound of lead.
Available shotgun gauges today include: 28-gauge, 20-gauge, 16-gauge, 12-gauge, and 10-gauge, in addition to .410-bore (a common shotgun chambering, but not actually a gauge).
Different Uses for Small and Large Shotgun Shells
Shotguns with smaller gauges are typically used for clay target shooting and hunting small birds and small game. Larger gauge shotguns are often used for clay target games, personal defense, and hunting bigger animalsäóîlike turkey and deer.
In addition to gauge, shotgun shells are offered in a range of shot sizes. The largest shots are referred to as äóìbuckshot.äó Buckshots are popular with people who shoot larger animals, like deer and bears.
DeGunsäó» Selection of Shotgun Shells
Whatever type of shotguns shells you are shopping for, have confidence that you can find what you need with DeGuns. Our selection includes an assortment of shotgun shell gauges, such as Federaläó»s 20-gauge Game Load with a 7 _ shot. This shell option is the perfect choice for small game hunters.
If youäó»re looking to shoot something a little bigger than squirrels, rabbits, and quail, then check out DeGunsäó» buckshot shell options. DeGunsäó» carries Hornadyäó»s 12-gauge 00 Buckshot in 10 rounds, which is a great option for semi-automatic and pump action shotguns.
In addition to small and large gauge shotgun shells, another shell option is slugs. Unlike traditional shotgun shells, which shoot pellets, slugs are single projectiles. They are commonly used for big-game hunting. DeGunsäó» offers customers a selection of slugs to choose from, including Federaläó»s 10 Gauge Rifled Slugs.
Visit DeGuns Website Today to View Our Selection
Head over to DeGunsäó» website today to see all of the shotgun shells we carry. If you have any questions about how to order or what gauge or shot size you should purchase, then do not hesitate to contact DeGunsäó» team today. Call us at 402-875-6500 or fill out our online contact form and we will be in touch.