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20ga "Schrifle"
Jul
13

H&R 20ga Bad News

Bad News for H&R 960 Owners Even though the 20gr Schrifle™ Raptor Alv 270gr and the NeoTec™ Copper 365gr slug will stabilize in the 1-35 twist rate of the H&R; the bore size is still well over the size required to shoot a SAAMI diameter slug with good accuracy.  Actually testing of your barrel is the […]

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20ga "Schrifle"
Jul
13

Slug History & Wind Drift

Sabot slug History and Other Helpful Slug Gun Facts. What is the 20ga “Schrifle”? The 20ga Schrifle™ Raptor™ Alv is a 270gr @1975fps High Performance non-sabot full bore size slug for rifled barrels. The 20ga Schrifle™ Neotec™ Copper 365gr (green) bore size slug @1800fps is a heavy hitter, max expanding slug with excellent weight retention. […]

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20ga "Schrifle"
Jun
30

“Half Dollar Size Expansion, 82% Weight Retention, Flattest Shooting, More Energy Down Range”.

NEWS Update— 6-26/27- 2018                  Two Barrel Upgrades for the Savage 220                     tarhunt.com  SAVAGE 220 Barrels:  After talking to over (1000+) Savage 220 owners since November 1st 2016; it has become obvious that NOT all of the Savage barrels are SAAMI spec barrels. Some barrels firing […]

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DSG Pump Action Guns
Jun
1

Slug Gun Facts – Mysteries of Sighting In!

TarHunt built its first prototype slug gun in 1987 and began the manufacture of our first production model in 1990. Between that time and the present the one factor that has become the most evident is that our guns are not magic for the shooter.

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Upgrades
May
7

Announcing Savage 220 upgrades!

NEWS — 5/07/2018 SAVAGE 220 Barrels:  After talking to over (1000+) Savage 220 owners since November 1st 2016; it has become obvious that NOT all of the Savage barrels are SAAMI spec barrels. Some barrels firing the 20ga Schrifle rounds are producing the same size groups as the barrel does when any other make of sabot ammo […]

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Shooting Resources
Sep
2

Emergency Close Range Zeroing Points for Lightfield Ammo

HERE IS A METHOD FOR AN (emergency scope ZERO check). IF YOU DROP YOUR GUN AND YOU DON’T KNOW IF IT IS STILL ZEROED. . . You can CHECK YOUR  a 100 yd. ZERO in the field by firing a shot AT THE CORRESPONDING CLOSE RANGE ZERO.   Measured the distance as good as you can because a [...] Read More
Shooting Resources
Sep
2

Recoil Reducing and Mechanical Rests

Over the years, there have been hundreds of questions asking about the use of mechanical recoil limiting rests to zero slug guns such as: “Would it be a wise move to build or use a locking type/heavy rest that would take all human error out of the process of sighting in a slug gun, except […]

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Shooting Resources
Sep
2

Tuning Your Muzzleloader for Accuracy

The base of a muzzleloading sabot must expand and form the proper gas seal for your gun. This is dependent on two factors, the density of the sabot baser and the powder charge.

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Shooting Resources
Sep
2

Shooting Range Tips & Wind Flag Placement

You’ve resigned yourself to the fact that you are going to take the time and effort to get out to the range to zero your gun and to do some target shooting. Here are some tips that will make your time on the range a little more rewarding. It may seem like a lot of trouble, […]

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Shooting Resources
Sep
2

Designated Slug Gun Safety

From the time you pick up a firearm until the time you put it back down you become part of a system over which you have complete control and responsibility, You are the only part of the system that can make a gun safe … or unsafe. Please read the following safety rules carefully and […]

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