WINCHESTER 20 GA 7 8 OZ #9 2 3/4″ AA TARGET LOAD 1200 FPS AMMUNITION
Winchester AA Target Loads have set the standard for excellence, performance, and consistency. They’re the overwhelming choice for the trap, sporting clays, and skeet shooters. AA loads produce outstanding results for sporting clays, traps, and skeet. AA shotshells deliver hard shot with tight patterns, clean-burning powder, and reliable primers for consistent loads shell after shell.
- Proven Hard Shot
- High-Strength Hull
- AA Wads
- Best-in-Class Primer and Powder
- Sporting Clays, Trap, and Skeet
- Gauge: 20
- Shell Length: 2-3/4
- Velocity: 1200
- Shot Size: 9
- Dram: 2-1/2
- Oz. Shot: 7/8
- Rounds Per Box: 25
- Rounds Per Case: 250
Benjamin Trillanes –
Don’t know. I am a southpaw and therefore opted for one of the ambi safety models and the ones I found were wood panels which are fine. I assume in your message it auto corrected to “leather” when you meant to say “laser.” My wife has an LCR with laser grips and loves them. IMO they are a nice feature, but not something to count on or depend on. I think in a pinch however, they could act as a major deterrent to a would be assailant and might prevent even have to discharge a round to send that person packing. No one is going to like seeing a laser point on their chest.
Holster HQ –
I own two of them. A little picky on Ammo much like the Seecamp, but with Ammo it likes, performs flawlessly. Federal Hydrashok and American Eagle FMJ seems to work best. Surprisingly. Aguilla also functions with no issues.
Rich Metzger –
I’ve owned one for 6+ months, the basic black model. Love it. Love the rubber grips, slide is easy enough for wife to rack – only slightly tougher than the Sig 238 but for us shoots and manages recoil WAY better. This is the one gun that is with us every single day.
Tommy S. –
I am totally disappointed. I bought the Advocate. Will not cycle most HP ammo. Accuracy from 25 feet in a gun vice was about 1.25 best group of 5. The trigger pull wasn’t bad but the trigger itself bites badly. After fifty rounds I had a nice cut on my trigger finger. The only thing I liked about this gun was the night sights, but that doesn’t make a $600. gun. A piece of junk is a piece of junk, I could have bought 7 Cobra CA380 the “Saturday Night Specials” for the same money and had the same kind of gun. At lease Cobra has a lifetime warranty. I’m not too proud to admit that I screwed up and wasted my money.
I just got mine for Christmas from firearmssuppliers.com and I can’t wait to shoot it, I’ll definitely be getting clips with that extra little bit of grip