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

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5 Round box, 12 Gauge, Federal Vital-Shok, 2 3/4", 3/4 ounce Barnes 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.

Non-returnable item.
Designed for use in rifled barrels.
All copper hollow point sabot slug.
Muzzle velocity: 1900 fps.
Velocity at 75 yards: 1587 fps.
Velocity at 125 yards: 1403 fps.
Muzzle energy: 2630 ft/lbs.
Energy at 75 yards: 1834 ft/lbs.
Energy at 125 yards: 1435 ft/lbs.
Uses: Deer, Medium Game.

5 rounds per box. To buy a full case, order 50 boxes.

Ammo price is per box
Total number of Reviews: 3

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1.0 5
"Gun: TC Encore Endeavor, 12 ga, Stainless fluted, Scope Burris 3x9 signature. Accuracy was terrible. 8\" group at 100 yards. Same morning after waiting for barrel to cool -"
1.0 5
"Gun: SBE Benelli Slug barrel, 50 yards. Group +8in at 50 yards."
5.0 5
"The Federal Premium Vital-Shok Barnes Expander Sabot Slug 2-34" 3/4 ounce rounds are scary accurate. Deer weekend is coming up, so I checked my Mossberg 695 bolt 12 gauge with Nikon Slughunter scope: at 100 yards, 4 shots fired, 4 shots touching. I have used the Fed Barnes slugs for years on deer and hogs with no intention of changing, except I learned today (11/16/16) that Federal replaced them with a non-Barnes load. I will try the replacements when my supply of the Barnes runs out."