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Old 04-20-2010, 11:24 AM
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Sometimes you want better penetration out of a shotgun than what is offered by traditional slugs. We have been working on a slug that you can count on when you have to hit REALLY hard or when your target has cover that would stop a traditional slug. WE are quite happy with the results thus far. We have developed a 385 grain, heat treated, alloy slug that is documented to pass through two car doors, a water jug and 2 2x4's. The recoil is comparable to that of a standard velocity 12 gauge, 'punkin ball,' slug.

To see this round in action see the youtube link below:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uVcfFQs1M0c

IN all fairness to other folks' slugs there are some slugs out there that will do the same thing, like the old BRI 3" slugs. However, most of the slugs that will pass through two car doors intact are in the $14.95/5 range at the local Bass Pro AND they mostly require a rifled barrel to stabilize them.

Not so for us: we not only have a slug that can pass through any choke and can be used in a rifled bore or smoothebore, but it's also cost effective, retailing at $3.00 apiece.

The good people at the Box O Truth shot up an old Buick and the majority of slugs they put at it either didn't penetrate or exited the far side in fragmented
pieces. all but one of our rounds came through leaving nice round exit wounds. The one that fragmented has an excuse I suppose, it got into an arguement with a power window motor.

Feelf ree to visit our website at www.paraklesetechnologies.com to see this and other fine products as well. As always we offer a 10% discount to Calguns members when you use the coupon code, 'calguns,' upon checkout.

Yes, we are running 3 weeks behind on our shipments.

God bless,

Dave
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Old 04-24-2010, 7:11 AM
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Sometimes you want better penetration out of a shotgun than what is offered by traditional slugs. We have been working on a slug that you can count on when you have to hit REALLY hard or when your target has cover that would stop a traditional slug. WE are quite happy with the results thus far. We have developed a 385 grain, heat treated, alloy slug that is documented to pass through two car doors, a water jug and 2 2x4's. The recoil is comparable to that of a standard velocity 12 gauge, 'punkin ball,' slug.

To see this round in action see the youtube link below:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uVcfFQs1M0c

IN all fairness to other folks' slugs there are some slugs out there that will do the same thing, like the old BRI 3" slugs. However, most of the slugs that will pass through two car doors intact are in the $14.95/5 range at the local Bass Pro AND they mostly require a rifled barrel to stabilize them.

Not so for us: we not only have a slug that can pass through any choke and can be used in a rifled bore or smoothebore, but it's also cost effective, retailing at $3.00 apiece.

The good people at the Box O Truth shot up an old Buick and the majority of slugs they put at it either didn't penetrate or exited the far side in fragmented
pieces. all but one of our rounds came through leaving nice round exit wounds. The one that fragmented has an excuse I suppose, it got into an arguement with a power window motor.

Feelf ree to visit our website at www.paraklesetechnologies.com to see this and other fine products as well. As always we offer a 10% discount to Calguns members when you use the coupon code, 'calguns,' upon checkout.

Yes, we are running 3 weeks behind on our shipments.

God bless,

Dave
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I just wanted to point out that your $3 each is actually 1 cent more expensive than the $14.95/5 that you competition retails them for. Other than that, I like the fact that you claim that your can be shot through any choke in a smooth bore.
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BRI slugs require a rifled bore or choke tube to keep from tumbling at 15 feet. Ours don't. Off the top of my head I cannot think of of ANY good reason to enter into a SD situation with a rifled bore shotgun if I had a choice. This round gives the user of a smoothbore gun with any choke, the shotty that will be used in 99% of the SD situations, the ability to penetrate deep and hit REALLY hard.

http://www.auctionarms.com/search/di...6512&oh=216543

Has BRI slugs but again if you don't put them in the rifled bore they are going to be worthless after about 15 feet.

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