5 Rounds of 12ga Ammo by Federal - 1 1/4 ounce Rifled Slug

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Quantity - 5 rounds per box
Manufacturer - Federal Power Shok
Load - 3" 1-1/4 oz hollow point (HP) rifled slug
Model - F131 RS


Learning to effectively close the distance between you and your prey is what differentiates shotgun hunting from all other disciplines. The Federal 12 gauge 1 ¼ ounce Rifled Slug is the key to ensuring a successful hunt, and will put you in range to take down even the largest of game within the continental United States.

The rifled contours along the slugs outside diameter ensure stability and accuracy after the slug departs the barrel. Unlike traditional foster slugs that are unable to achieve a proper rotation due to smooth bore of most shotguns, the Federal 12ga 1 ¼ ounce rifled slug can be accurately fired from any smooth bore shotgun, and is one of the most versatile rounds in its class.

At a muzzle velocity of 1,600 feet per second, the 1 ¼ ounce solid lead slug is capable of delivering an astonishing 3,109 foot lbs of force on target, and delivers a level of hydrostatic shock unmatched by even the most lethal of large bore caliber rifles.

Shotgun hunters who are looking to take their hunt, and their power to the next level will find no better solution than the the Federal 12ga 1 ¼ ounce rifled slug.

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Posted On: 4/4/2022 By: Michael Palmer

A: Yes sir, that's safe to do! Just take care that a narrower full choke is probably going to wear out faster with rifled slugs, and it's also probably not going to provide the same degrees of power and accuracy as the preferred cylinder or improved cylinder chokes. Here's a good article if you'd like to learn more: aimingexpert.com/can-you-fire-a-slug-through-a-full-choke/

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