- Manufacturer Federal
- Condition New
- Bullet Weight 1 ounce
- Projectile Type Rifled Slug
- Ammo Use Type Slug
- Quantity 5
- Caliber 12ga
- Manufacturer SKU PB131 RS
- Shell Length 3"
- Muzzle Velocity (ft. per sec) 1700
- Muzzle Energy (ft. pounds) 2807
- UPC Barcode 029465029807
- Q & A
12-gauge shotguns are versatile, and if you use yours for hunting, you understand the importance of choosing the right round. Seasoned hunters going after game such as whitetail deer, mule deer, and similarly-sized game often choose slugs for their enormous knockdown power and phenomenal force, and these slugs from Federal are made with the hunt specifically in mind. A well-place shotgun slug creates an impressively large, permanent wound track, dropping game in their tracks. A slug like this makes the phrase “they never saw it coming” come true on your next hunt.
These Federal rounds are made for your 12-gauge shotgun. Each shotshell measures 3 inches long. Make sure you know what length your shotgun is designed to fire and if in doubt, check with the manufacturer. These shotshells contain a 1 ounce rifled Truball slug. Each round races towards targets with a muzzle velocity of 1300 feet per second and has a muzzle energy of 1642 foot-pounds. This ammunition is designed with deer hunting in mind.
There are 5 rounds in this single box of Federal ammunition. These boxes are the perfect size for tucking in your vest or pants-leg pocket when you head out on your next hunt. Even so, they only hold 5 rounds, and we’re confident you’re going to want more, so go ahead and order more than one box. Federal was founded in 1922 and has spent years coming up with new, innovative rounds like these Truball slugs. Production takes place at their established factory in Anoka, Minnesota, according to high standards. Order now, and prepare to fill your deer tag.
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- When does deer season start? Posted On: 11/28/2021 By: Ronnie Ward
- Thanks for reaching out Ronnie! That varies by state. I can't vouch for the accuracy of a website that Ammo For Sale has no relation to, but this site is a good resource for getting deer season dates by state: