(8 customer reviews)


Shot Size:Sabot
Gauge/Caliber:20 Gauge
Shot Weight:260 Grain
Shot Length:2-3/4

Remington Accutip 20 gauge 3 inch for sale 500 Rounds

Remington Accutip 20Gauge 3 inch for sale Realize the deadly long-range potential of your rifled-shotgun with the largest and heaviest sabot slug on the market. The giant .58-cal slug tears massive wound channels and mushrooms perfectly from 5 to 200 yards. Retains 95% of its weight on impact. Spiral nose cuts and bonded construction control expansion at long ranges. Power Port Tip consistently provides tight groupings at 100 yards. Slug jacket made from high-strength cartridge brass jacket. Designed for use in fully rifled barrels only. Box of 5 rounds. Remington Accutip 20 gauge 3 inch for sale

Features Remington Accutip 20 gauge 3 inch:

• Largest and heaviest sabot slug on the market
• Giant .58-caliber slug for massive wound channels
• Mushrooms perfectly from 5 to 200 yards
• Retains 95% of its weight on impact
• Spiral nose cuts and bonded construction

remington premier accutip 20ga  Quantity: 500Rounds


It doesn’t just look intimidating. It FLATTENS whitetails with devastating ferocity. Guided by Remington®’s new Power PortTM Tip, AccuTip Sabot Slugs delivers a degree of accuracy and terminal performance unmatched by any other. This masterpiece of aerodynamics consistently prints tiny 100-yard groups and transfers tremendous knockdown force to the farthest reaches of shotgun range.

It’s the largest tipped slug you’ll find anywhere. In field testing, these huge slugs produced gaping wound channels and crumpled every deer it touched with a single shot. From 5 to 200 yards, it yields perfect mushrooms and over 95% weight retention thanks to its spiral nose cuts and high-strength cartridge brass jacket. Designed for rifled barrels only.

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Remington Accutip 20Gauge 3 inch for sale Key Specifications

  • Item Number: 214185
  • Mfg. Number: PRA08
  • UPC Number: 047700506906
  • Gauge: 20
  • Shell Length: 2 3/4″
  • Slug Weight: 260-grain
  • Slug Type: AccuTip Bonded Sabot
  • Muzzle Velocity: 1,850 FPS
  • Muzzle Energy: 1,976 ft.-lbs.
  • Rounds: 500

Remington Accutip 20 gauge 3 inch

minimum order: 1000Rounds


  1. ordermc

    This is the load I love most I shoot with my Savage 220 Slug Gun. I usually achieve 3-4″ 100 yd groups and with sandbags, some 3 shot groups around 2″. I’ve shot a few deer using this load, with many passing through, but there was one shot which was a quartering away with a distance of 110 yards. ending within the left shoulder and expanding to around .75″. It is not a load that I would recommend for a young person shooting only a thin 20 ga. since the recoil is quite substantial. Although I don’t feel the recoil when hunting, I do like to check my scopes every year, with three shots. Due to the cost and recoil, I do not shoot these loads for enjoyment.

  2. ordermc

    I have used these shells in the Savage 220 slug guns. They are the most accurate shells I’ve tested the way my gun makes bullet holes from 100 yards. I’ve killed a deer with these shells. Their the bullet’s performance was excellent. dropped a 170-pound buck in his tracks. The bullet went through the opposite shoulder.

  3. ordermc

    I have an H&R Ultra Slug 20 gauge, and this is the sole slug I have found that shoots with precision every time I use my H&R. I’ve tried every sabot that is available for this gun, and it is this one that can give me 3 inches groups over 100 yards with consistency. I have tried the 2 3/4 as well as the 3 inch shells however I have killed the majority of my deer using 3-inch. Deer tend to fall off their tracks, and none have gone more than 50 yards since hitting. It’s extremely dangerous! If you have the H&R Ultra Slug don’t waste your time searching for the right ammunition as I did.

  4. ordermc

    I shoot these using the Savage 220 bolt guns. This Remington AccuTip is the only round I shoot because the accuracy is incredible. I’ve been hunting slugs for a long time and went through numerous rigs throughout many years but have never encountered any other slug that came as close as this in terms of accuracy. I’d be happy shot a deer up to 215 feet from an erect stand using this slug. The performance on deer is excellent. I’ve found 6 or 8 slugs in the middle of the hide. They look like ads from magazines that is evenly and perfectly expanding. I’ve always used a 12- gauge before and a few times have shot deer two times to secure them. With this slug, a gem of a shotgun, the accuracy is excellent that I’ve never needed to use two slugs for one deer for a while. They’re not cheap however how much is a few dollars for a deer? If you’re using the shotgun rather than rifles, as I am, get an engraved barrel and buy these Accutips. It’s not a bad idea.

  5. ordermc

    I use the slugs in my savage 220 and love them . They shoot a inch group at a hundred yards and the deer I killed dropped in his tracks .

  6. ordermc

    Shot out of my Savage 220….great accuracy out to 200yrds

  7. ordermc

    I’ve been shooting Remington Slugs since the year 2010. My primary goal has been whitetail deer, at distances ranging from 50-205 yards. I last wrote about these slugs in September 2010 and was looking to provide an update on their effectiveness. I am impressed by the aspect that this 3″ version is flush into the chamber in my 220 Savage. I believe this improves the accuracy of shot. I have shot three bucks using this load, weighing in excess of 200lbs in ranges of 90, 165 and at 205 yards. Two of them fell within 25 yards of hitting and the other shot from 205 yards was fell after running approximately 120 yards. There were several does captured during the same time period. They are precise and deadly. I just wish they were more accessible to obtain.

  8. ordermc

    I recently ran an experiment to determine the three” sabot round would shoot the best out of my H&R ultra slug. I tried two different Federals, two Winchesters, Lightfields, Hornady SST (2-3/4″) and Remington Accutips. I fired 3 shot groups each time and then cleaned the barrel after each 3 shot group. I did not allow the barrel to become hot, since I shot this in the space of two hours. From the bench, it was not even close. The Accutips were the top of the line. They shot the 1.125″ group of 100 yards. The next closest were that of the Winchesters along with the Hornadys. I’ll definitely be buying more of them when they are available.

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