This shotgun shell does especially dreadful things to a threat courtesy of its one ounce segmented rifled slug. The projectile is engineered to break apart into three pieces as it penetrates soft tissue. This increases the slug’s range of effect by enabling it to produce three wound channels instead of just one, as well as compensates somewhat for poor aim. It also reduces the chance of dangerous penetration.
A rifled slug is optimal for smoothbore shotguns, even if they are equipped with choke tubes. Terminal fragmentation aside, this slug makes a heck of an impact with over 2,300 ft lbs of energy at close range. (About six times more powerful than a 9mm.)
This shell is blacked out – even its head, which is coated in black oxide for added corrosion resistance. Winchester’s reliable primers won’t let you down when you absolutely can’t let your family down.
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