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Lightfield Hybred EXP

Lightfield Hybred EXP

Same-gauge shotgun bore sizes vary from manufacturer to manufacturer. For this reason, the engineers at Lightfield developed the Hybred EXP. At ignition, the pressure pushes the wad forward, locking the .62-inch lead slug and sabot together.

The sabot expands to the full barrel diameter for maximum spin rate and flight stability at supersonic and subsonic velocities.


Call 570-784-6557 or visit www.lightfieldslugs.com.


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