In 1916, a factory whose name has been lost to the annals of history was started up only to end up failing after just 6 years in business. In 1922, as the factory was clearly coming grinding to a halt, a man by the name of Charles Horn came along and took a look at it. He saw potential, so he re-founded it as the Federal Cartridge Company, enforced a few new marketing policies, and was rewarded with almost immediate success. After almost 100 years in business Federal has seen a number of successes including receiving an Army-Navy “E” for excellence for their part in multiple war efforts and seeing Olympic marksmen win gold medals using their ammunition. Today they’ve become one of the most trusted names in the industry, and their ammunition quite literally speaks for itself.
These particular 12 gauge rounds aren’t just any, they’re loaded with sabot slugs for rifled barrels. And those aren’t just any sabot slugs, either, they’re 300 grain Trophy Copper sabot slugs. Federal designed these rounds in 2012 to give you fantastic terminal performance and excellent accuracy, and all with enormous knockdown power. The slugs are made in two pieces and are externally skived with polymer tips to encourage expansion on impact; on impact the slug expands into cutting petals to create a massive wound cavity. This round as a muzzle velocity of 2000 feet per second and muzzle energy of 2664 foot-pounds. These are phenomenal hunting rounds for game such as whitetail deer.
When you place your order for this single box of ammunition from Federal you get just 5 slugs. That’s just enough to get you hooked on the fantastic power of these rounds, so we suggest you order more than one box. If you have a shotgun with a rifled barrel and you’ve never tried Federal’s Trophy Copper sabots, you’ve been seriously missing out. Federal manufactures ammunition at their longtime factory in Anoka, Minnesota, according to strict standards. If you want a clean kill and what is simply stunning power on your next hunt, you want these slugs; order now.
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