Engel Ballistic Research (EBR)'s 12 Gauge Frangible Entry Slug delivers incredible energy upon impact while minimizing over penetration. The 325 grain frangible projectile also dramatically reduces the chance of ricochet making these shells great for training and home defense applications. Watch the video below to see how these rounds perform upon impact with a number of different objects.
This is loaded ammunition.
Caliber: 12 Gauge
Shell Length: 2-3/4 in.
Weight: 325 gr.
Bullet: Frangible Slug
Velocity: 1450 fps
Energy: 1517 ft. lbs.
About the Manufacturer:
Engel Ballistic Research Inc. (EBR) is a unique ammunition manufacturer that lives up the its tagline: "Mission Specific Ammunition." After many years of producing specialized ammo for the military and law enforcement markets EBR is now offering their subsonic, frangible and wide expanding rounds to the general public. Their products range from solid copper hollow point 12 gauge shells, to polymer-cased .308 Win. "Thumpers," to frangible .45 ACP rounds and .44 Magnum Subsonic Expanders.
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