|Bullet Weight||235 Grain|
|Ammo Caliber||410 Gauge|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||750|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||294|
|Cost Per Round||$2.38 per round|
This shell is loaded with a unique column of projectiles. First comes a .41 caliber FTX slug – a polymer tipped solid lead projectile designed to unleash massive terminal expansion after impact. When the FTX is fired through a rifled barrel, it actually engages with the rifling to provide greater accuracy and ensure that its tip meets the target head-on.
The FTX is just the first of multiple problems for the threat. When this round is fired at a man-sized target standing seven yards away, it reliably follows its FTX up with two .35 caliber high-antimony cold swaged lead balls (for reference, a 00 buck pellet is .33” in diameter). These balls are too hard to deform in any significant way, so they reliably penetrate soft tissue deeply enough to access the threat’s vital organs.
Hornady’s triple threat is loaded in the state of Nebraska with the high-quality components any 410 Bore firearm needs to perform dependably. Order ten 20-round boxes today and practice with the same little shell you’d trust your life to!