Oath Ammo promises to turn your shotgun into a copper ceiling fan projector (3 PHOTOS)

The latest version of Oath's TSR shell uses a different projectile shape and an aluminum full length hull (Photos: Oath)

The latest version of Oath’s TSR shell uses a different projectile shape and an aluminum full-length hull (Photos: Oath)

Using a massive 602-grain high grade copper expandable projectile, Oath’s new TSR shotgun shells are advertised as mushrooming out to an impressive three inches.

The 2 3/4 inch, 12 gauge shell, available for preorder this week, uses an aerospace aluminum case to fire the 1.376-ounce copper Tango shotgun slug at speeds clocking 1200 fps.

Prior versions of the shell, which they have been working on for at least a year, used a full-length brass case and a straight walled projectile

Prior versions of the shell, which they have been working on for at least a year, used a full-length brass case and a straight walled projectile

...Although the aluminum case with the old slug shape was apparently tested as well...

…Although the aluminum case with the old slug shape was apparently tested as well…

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Price is $30 for box of 5, which is a about twice as much as your typical copper solid slug, but then again your typical copper solid slug is a 1-ounce load inside a plastic sabot, so there’s that.

[ Oath Ammunition ]