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Lightfield 12 Ga 2.75" 1.25 oz Lead Sabot Slug 5 Rounds

 
Lightfield
LF12L275
784268122758
32191
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This Lite Hybrid EXP Sabot slug round from Lightfield is an excellent, low recoil choice for hunting deer or other medium game. This example, in 12 gauge, has a 2-3/4" shell loaded with a 1-1/4 Oz saboted slug which it fires at 1300 fps!

The Lightfield 12 gauge 2-" Hybred EXP Lite is a favorite among young and old alike. Shaving 150 ft/lbs of pressure at the muzzle provides for a lighter recoil and easier handling slug round. Don't let the less recoil fool you; with a 1-1/4 oz (546 grain) hourglass shaped pure lead slug for maximum expansion the Hybred Lite is still achieving 2,049 ft/lbs at the muzzle. Because Lightfield slugs are designed and engineered to expand to fill any barrel they will out perform all others in smooth or riffled barrels.

Muzzle velocity: 1300 fps
Velocity at 50 yards: 1111 fps
Velocity at 100 yards: 996 fps
Muzzle energy: 2049 ft/lbs
Energy at 50 yards: 1497 ft/lbs
Energy at 100 yards: 1202 ft/lbs

5 rounds per box. For a case, order 20 boxes.

Ammo price is per box


 

Item#: 32191
Total number of Reviews: 1

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"Since my turkey hunting spot also has some wild boar and the seasons overlap, I wanted to use my bird gun as a pig gun. Sort of a poor man's Holland and Holland Paradox \"ball and shot\" gun. Although many criticize rifled choke tubes, a small number have written that if you keep the fps down, ensure a tight bore fit, have a slug that \"grabs\" the rifling, and use a slow twist, accuracy can be achieved. I recently tested the Hybred EXP Lites and two other slugs that seemed to meet these criteria and the Lites was the clear winner - 1 3/4 inch four shot group at 75 yards with iron sights (and the fifth \"flyer\" was only two inches away from the string). Certainly as good as my old 30-30. I haven't hunted with them yet, but I'm convinced these will go where I aim!"