Federal Premium® Vital-Shok® TruBall® Deep Penetrator Rifled Slug Shotshells

   

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12 Gauge

Slug

Shot Type:
Lead

Velocity (fps):
1350

Shell Length:
2.75"

Quantity:
5 rounds

Ounces of Shot:
1 OZ
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  • SKU: 1894904

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  • Accurate slug performance for your smoothbore shotgun
  • Higher density Deep Penetrator
  • High-antimony slug
  • Designed for tough game like big hogs and bear
  • 18–20" penetration
Accurate slug performance for your smoothbore shotgun is now a reality!  The higher density Deep Penetrator is a high-antimony slug designed for tough game like big hogs and bear, with 18–20" penetration. 5 rounds per box.
Federal Premium® Vital-Shok® TruBall® Deep Penetrator Rifled Slug Shotshells 5 5 2 2
slugs haven't shot any yet but the should work great for deer bought 2 boxes July 25, 2014
Amazing round This round does what it says. Penetrates deep. I shot 3" group at 7 inches thick of plywood and it went right through. The captured round had expanded a bit on exit. This would be a great round for thick skinned game. January 10, 2014
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Hi, without knowing the particular make up of the barrel or slug, I would say that the answer is NO as slugs are generally designed for a non choked barrel. If you really want to know take your shotgun to a firearm department at our retail stores. Thank You!
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I would not recommend shooting slugs out of a shot choke you could damage the choke and even the bore of your gun, i would buy a slug choke if you want to continue to use these
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no you have to buy a slug choke other wise you will ruin your bore and the slugs will not be accurate because of the reeds at the end.
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that will be a negative ghost rider you have to have some type of choke to protect your threads
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Hi, thank you for your question. Per the manufacturer, do not take the choke tube out. It would not be a good idea to shoot the gun without a choke in. You might first try the improved cylinder choke and see how that groups slugs. If you want to see how a modified shoots that would be ok as well. I would not shoot a slug in a choke tighter than modified.
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