Tim Hamilton, the Ballistic Machinist, has started marketing his most destructive shotgun slug yet, the round nose brass pellet.
Based on the traditional Lyman pellet design, these brass slugs have an incredibly stable flight path. When they hit a target? Chaos.
Although they were originally built for a full-rifled barrel, these slugs still perform remarkably well through a smooth bore.
See how they compare against a traditional Remington slug in the review by Kentucky Ballistics below.
Tim now has these custom slugs on the market at his online store.