Shotgun Slugs at 200 Yards





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Published on Jun 1, 2009

Making some hits on steel at a laser-measured 200 yards with 1 oz. 12 gauge shotgun slugs. I was shooting with an off-the-shelf Mossberg 590. No special choke or anything; ghost-ring open sights. I was just getting into a groove when I ran out of shells, and ended up with a 10" group on the hits; aiming nearly 3 feet above the target.

On some of the shots, you can actually see the slug streaking toward the target, due to sunlight conditions at that time.....which is pretty neat. Watch from about the two o'clock position down toward the center of the target, right to left.

When I show the slugs at the end of the video, the second slug is from the first shot that hit the bottom of the target stand.

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