This shell features a special soft wad, as well as a very lightweight 7/8 ounce column of #8 shot. This shell’s recoil may be gentle, but its performance is far from weak. Its 1,300 fps muzzle velocity gives its small shot pellets a heck of a lot of momentum downrange, and Sterling’s hard lead pellets resist flattening to make sure they will fly in a tight formation.
Sterling ammunition is made in Şabanözü, a district of Turkey that we have no idea how to pronounce. They load stong, reloadable hulls with sensitive primers and clean-burning powder, and their TRAP Competition shells are thoroughly tested under a wide range of conditions.
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