Winchester® Super-X BRI® slugs offeer maximum performance when fired through rifled barrels. Also works with rifled choke tubes inserted in smooth bore barrel shotguns, but not with the level of performance you will get with a fully rifled barrel. For excellent performance and moderate recoil in rifled barrels, load up with Winchester Super X BRI Sabot Slugs. Shotgun hunters can rely on more than 100 years of Winchester shotshell manufacturing excellence to deliver a buck stopping load of Super X hollow point slugs. Velocities up to 1400 fps. 5 rounds per box.
Winchester Super-X sabot slugs
Purchased these the other day and fired them out of my fully rifled Mossberg 12ga.
-Got a good grouping at 50 yards, all within three inches of each other.
-Easy to clean the barrel after putting 20 rounds through. No wadding or debris left over for the most part.
-Not cheap. It's unfortunate that sabot slugs are still so expensive, it makes sighting in my shotgun very difficult.
August 15, 2012
Accurate, dependable, effective, and reasonably priced for sabot slugs. What's not to like? For those that remember, this is the ORIGINAL sabot round brought out in the seventies and was originally designed to be fired through a smoothbore with improved cylinder choke, and was called a shotgun bullet (BRI 500). Shoots great in my Browning BPS with rifled (Sabot Express) choke tube.
June 25, 2012
The only reason I gave it 4 stars instead of 5 is because I haven't shot every slug on the market. I love this slug though. 1.5 to 2 inch groups out of a gun vise at 100 yards every time to the range. I have never lost a deer with these as they are always consistent and reliable. You can spend a heck of alot more but these will be all I buy till they let me down. I'm not sure what one of the reviewers meant when he posted that it shot great out of his smooth bore. This is a sabot slug for rifled barrels. I shoot a savage slug gun and it shoots them just fine. Hope this helps.
August 22, 2011
best slug i have found to shoot out of a smooth bore gun
December 29, 2010
Any slug that is designed to be fired from a rifled barrel is usually lead. Lead will "grip" the rifled barrel and spin allowing for more accuracy. A rifled slug has rifles designed in it, and is meant to spin after it leaves the barrel, so it is meant to be fired from a smooth bore barrel. Hope this helps out.
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