Thunder! Remington's New Premier TSS Turkey-Slaying Shotshells

The thunder chickens are in for some thunder of their own this turkey season, courtesy of Remington.

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posted on March 26, 2022
Boxes of Remington TSS .410 bore and 20-ga.
Courtesy Facebook.com/REMINGTON1816

Remington Ammunition has been making the news lately thanks to its million-round donation to Ukraine, but that doesn't mean the revitalized dynamo is done innovating for American consumers! New for 2022—and just in time for turkey season—is Remington's Premier Magnum Turkey High Velocity in 20 gauge and Premier TSS in 12 ga., 20 ga., and .410 bore.

Premier TSS is Remington’s deadliest turkey shell made to-date. The ultra-dense Tungsten Super Shot payload delivers increased range, dense patterns and more smackdown power. Available in 12-gauge, 20-gauge and .410 bore, the exclusive new Remington R top-wad secures shot and buffering for consistent patterns.

Previously only available in 12-gauge, Premier Magnum Turkey High Velocity lead delivers hard hits and is loaded with Remington’s Power Piston one-piece wad and magnum-grade lead shot. The new 3" 20-gauge payload provides dense patterns and deep penetration.

“It’s an exciting time at Remington and getting these loads into the hands of turkey hunters this spring is part of the fun,” said Joel Hodgdon, Remington’s Director of Marketing. “These loads are crafted to bring down gobblers at further ranges with more gauge options and higher velocities than Big Green has ever offered in the past.”

More information about Premier Magnum Turkey High Velocity, Premier TSS and Remington Ammunition can be found at www.remington.com

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