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Shooting Resources
Sep
2

Rifled 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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DSG Pump Action Guns
Aug
27

Tips on Storing Your Slugs

Between hunting seasons and shooting sessions seal your unused slugs in a zip lock bag and pack them in a sealed ammo box.  Store the cooler in an area of your home where the humidity is as low as possible and the temperature stays between 50 and 70 degrees Fahrenheit year-round.  The more stable you [...] Read More
RSG Bolt Action Guns
Aug
27

Shooting Off A Rest

There are a lot of similarities between shooting rifles off the bench and shooting slug guns, however knowing and practicing the differences can equate to putting more meat in your freezer.

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Shooting Resources
Aug
27

Zeroing A Slug Gun

Slug guns must be zeroed (sighted-in) at a distance where the slug will impact the target while still in the supersonic phase of its flight. Most slugs become subsonic, travelling less than 1220 feet per second, slightly beyond a muzzle distance of 50 yards, thus making 50 yards the ideal zeroing distance. Zeroing at 50 yards also cuts down, by approximately 60%, the chance of adjusting Windage error into your scope setting.

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Zeroing
Aug
27

Zeroing

After switching to the 3 inch sabot round, the impact shifted abort 3” to the left and about 4 inches high at 50 yds. My question is, is this something to be expected with having one slug having much higher velocities? Thanks and love your guys products, have taken numerous deer with the 2 3/4 [...] Read More
RSG Bolt Action Guns
Aug
27

Bolt Guns

Is it true that tarhunt made the barrel for the savage 210? How good is that gun? What are the realistic distances it can shoot? Do the slugs drop less with this gun than say a Remington 1100 slug barrel? TarHunt does not make the barrels for either the Savage 20 & 12 gauge bolt action [...] Read More
TKO Factor
Aug
27

TKO Factor

The TKO Factor provides an easy way to compare the real stopping power of different munitions. The TKO Factor is found by multiplying the projectiles weight (in grains) by its velocity and its diameter. Then dividing that results by7000,  The higher the number, the more stopping powder it has. A 460 Weatherby Mag has a TKO of 82. With that kind of POWER it is easy [...] Read More
20ga "Schrifle"
Aug
27

20ga.“Schrifle” “Clean, mean and green if need be”

Randy with all issues about lead slugs, and now they’re going to be banned here in California, and it's heading that way across the country. There has always been rumors about you guys putting out a copper slug. Just wondering how far away is that from really happening?  The 20ga Schrifle series slugs are a reality. There [...] Read More
Ammo Accuracy
Aug
27

Best Slug for 12 GA Mossberg 835 slug gun

Randy, I have a 12 ga Mossberg 835 with a fully rifled cantilever barrel that I can't get sighted in as well as I would like. I know this won't be the most accurate set up, but I should be doing better than 4-5" at 50 yrds. So far I've tried 3" Commanders. Which slug [...] Read More
Ammo Accuracy
Aug
27

Selecting Proper Sight In

Can you use the same "sight in" at 50 yards with a 20 gauge slug gun that is used for the 12 gauge slug gun,or should you use a different "sight in"? The proper sightin for the Lightfield Hybred-Exp 2 3/4" sabot is 2 1/2" to 2 3/4" inches high at 50 yards for a [...] Read More