Geese, 1.25 oz (547 gr) at 1600 fps is impressive. I wonder what the muzzle energy is. The projectile has 6 axial slits that would let some of the pressure off, help with the recoil.I saw this today and was quite intrigued.
Lost I can honestly say I have never patterned a load at 100 but I would wager a TSS #2 would make it through a 1/4" plywood at a 100 yards. KPY say's 3.2" gel penetration at 100 yards at 1200 fps for a TSS #2 and for comparison you'd need a lead 4 buck to match that penetration at 100 yards with the same launch speed:shock::shock::shock:Thanks goob....I wonder if #2 super shot will go clean through a piece of 1/4 inch plywood at 100 yards? Hammerin or Toasty....what's the smallest size shot you've put clean through a piece of plywood at 100 yards?
I think you just described purty much all of WhyHoming.I live in the slums, the ghetto, down in the Boondocks, the po' side of town, the other side of the tracks, under the bridge, next to the crack house, the ******* hood, north of the river, in the projects, in low-income housing, in no-income housing, Smith & Wesson Heights, and on the street with no name.
So I get the thugs all the time. They take one look at me, lower their piece, hand me what little cash they may have and walk away apologetic.
I have the same effect on trick-or-treaters. They come to the door and then end up giving me candy.
I have no idea. Looks easy on YouTube using a normal single stage press. They may not grow as much as I assumed they would:So, what kind of force is it going to take to size that casing after it's been shot in a sloppy shotgun chamber?
Still pretty cool though.