TarHunt has access to a variety of Lightfield ammo that could no longer be sold thru normal distribution system because something about the packaging became obsolete for one reason or another. IF a new 5-round box is released than NOTHING older can be shipped. Normally this would generate a close out selling of the outdated ammo. In this case the ammo was just out dated by some form of a new look and just set aside!
An example of what can cause product to be shelved: Only a small number of one colors hulls were available at the time the components were purchased. SAAMI has NOW standardizes a specific color/specification for a given round. NOW days, it’s Yellow for 20 gauge rounds and Red for 12 gauge or Green for 16 gauge. The height of the brass head, the hull manufacturer, what picture or color is now on the box, etc, etc.
Price per 5 boxes (25 rounds total) is $100.00. Shipping included. Not all slugs are available!
So the rounds are stored and for gotten for one reason or another. A good shooting lot may have been keep as a reference material. Used to compare against another lots of Lightfield ammo, possibly a new slug gun design, or to compare it’s performance against a new product from another manufacture. None of these original slug designs/patents has changed since there introduction. Only the hull color or the box art work, maybe even both at the same time.
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Lightfield Slug Line
The 2 3/4″ 12 gauge 546 grain Lightfield HYBRED -EXP was the first (1992). Then the 20 gauge 2 3/4″ 385 grain Hybred and 3″ 385 grain Hybred Mag 20. The 12 gauge 3″ 546 grain Hybred Elite and the 12 gauge 2 3/4″ 546 grain Hybred Lites (reduced recoil) rounded out the Hybred series.
Later the 12 gauge COMMANDER IDS PLUS “heavy game slug” series was added to their sabot slug line. The 12 gauge 3″ 600 grain Commander IDS Plus, and the 3 1/2″ 600 grain Commander IDS Plus was added. Even a 16ga Commander IDS 437 grain sabot was added to the lineup for a while. The newest addition was the 2 3/4″ Commander IDS 456 grain Buck, Bears and Bores round.