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12 Gauge Federal Vital-Shok Barnes Tipped Expander Slug 2-3/4" 3/4 Ounce 1900 fps 5 Round Box P152XT1

 
Federal
P152XT1
029465026271
45682
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5 Round box, 12 Gauge, Federal Vital-Shok, 2 3/4", 3/4 ounce Barnes Tipped Expander Slug.

If you take shotgun slug accuracy seriously and use a fully rifled barrel, you need to use the Barnes Expander. We designed a wad that opens wide and separates clean from the slug to ensure you get extreme accuracy out of your shotgun. Try out the standard Expander or stretch the limits of your gun with the Tipped Expander, capable of 4 inch groups at 200 yards.

Designed for use in rifled barrels.
All copper polymer tipped sabot slug.
Muzzle velocity: 1900 fps.
Velocity at 75 yards: 1641 fps.
Velocity at 125 yards: 1484 fps.
Muzzle energy: 2630 ft/lbs.
Energy at 75 yards: 1961 ft/lbs.
Energy at 125 yards: 1604 ft/lbs.
Uses: Deer, Medium Game.

5 Rounds Per Box, 20 Boxes Per Case

 
Total number of Reviews: 2

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4.0 5
"This ammo recommends that you sight in at 150 yds. Thats a long way for a 12 ga slug. I sighted in at 100 and it grouped well, about 4 inches. This deer season, I took my first buck at 163 yds (laser confirmed) thru the back. The slug reached out there and put him down. Surprisingly, not much meat damage, and the only debris in the carcass was the plastic tip. Performs as advertised. The only complaint I have is the small exit wound. Might be a problem if you had to trail."
1.0 5
"First off let me say I am a Federal man. Fired 2 boxes of these to sight my gun in and everything was good and consistant with the exception of two shots. The two inconsistent shots were about a foot low and left, and fired after the gun was hitting bullseye and in between shots. I was firing from a bench with a sled, doesn't get much more stable unless you nail the gun down. So thats not good enough to take hunting for me."