Buy Winchester Defender Ammunition 12 Gauge 2-3/4″ 1-1/8 oz #2 Plated Shot Online

When it comes to safety of you and your family, choose Winchester Defender Ammunition, the load that delivers innovative, threat stopping technology. Defender ammo delivers massive shock, with manageable recoil through defensive shotguns, ensures consistent and reliable patterns and ensures pellets stack properly to deliver consistent patterns.


  • Copper Plated Lead Pellets
  • Buffered Payload
  • Engineered Wad


Product Information

Cartridge 12 Gauge
Best Use Self Defense
Quantity 25 Round
NonToxic No
Shell Length 2-3/4″
Shot or Slug Type Copper Plated Lead Shot
Shot Size #2
Buffered No
Primer Boxer
Corrosive No
Reloadable Yes
Barrel Type Smooth Bore
Shot Weight 1-1/8 Ounce
Crimp 8-Point Star
Country of Origin United States of America

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Winchester Repeating Arms is possibly one of the most widely recognized names in the world of firearms. Throughout its history, Winchester has ridden a roller coaster of wild success and near misses. The company is famous for its lever action rifles, bolt action rifles, and shotguns, and is nearly synonymous with the Wild West. They made excellent firearms that saw action in both World Wars, but they struggled in the years between and after.

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Winchester emerged from the failure of a lever action rifle called the Volition, an offering available from the partnership of Horace Smith and Daniel Wesson (yes, that Smith and Wesson), which resulted in an improved lever action rifle designed by Benjamin Tyler Henry (yes, that Henry). Smith and Wesson incorporated as the Volcanic Repeating Arms Company to sell their improved lever action rifle. The Volcanic rifle had limited success, so in 1860, they released an improved version known as the Henry rifle and reorganized the company under a new name – New Haven Arms. The Henry rifle came to be regarded highly during the Civil War, and the rifle's popularity boosted the reputation of New Haven Arms. Benjamin Henry was upset about how little money he felt he had been paid for the rifle that bore his name, and the resulting spat with New Haven Arms was handled when the company’s chief stockholder, Oliver Winchester, intervened and reorganized as the Winchester Repeating Arms Company. During the American Civil War, the Confederate Army troops referred to the Henry rifle as "that damned Yankee rifle that they load on Sunday and shoot all week!"
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