Testing the G2 Research R.I.P. shotgun slug downrange (VIDEO)

The shotgun scientists at Taofledermaus were sent a box of G2’s new non-sabot shotgun slugs to test and evaluate.

Since they lack the plastic shoe of traditional slugs, these big boys are for shotguns that are smoothbore only– no chokes allowed– and are accurate for about 10 yards. Like the company’s other products, they are designed to fragment on impact into a number of independent trocars, which then go off on their own to check out the neighborhood.

So do they? Watch the video.

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