Dating old shotgun shells
I've been shooting and reloading for 40 years now and have never heard of age (within reason of course) being an issue.
I have sold lots of pistol, rifle and rimfire ammo over the years without ever being asked about it's freshness.
Upon impact the hollow point slug expands to more than 2x its original size, creating a devastating wound channel and rapidly transferring its energy into its target. Unfortunately, this product is currently discontinued by OATH.
It was an incredibly popular product and we are sad to see it go.
as early as 1675 but did not become an industry in the United States until 1802 when it was first manufactured by the E. Du Pont de Nemours and Company in Wilmington, Delaware.
And, as soon as black powder cartridges were available, manufacturers began the search for a better gunpowder.When ignited, black powder produced clouds of dense smoke and it quickly fouled firearms.When automatic and semiautomatic firearms were invented in the late 1800s, the search for an alternative to black powder intensified.We carry a variety of shotgun shells, specialized for each specific task at hand.Designed for hunting and defensive applications, Engel Ballistic Research (EBR)'s 12 Gauge Expanding Slug is 475 grains of copper traveling at over 1,200 feet per second.