Wait... 1oz sabot? Are you referring to a slug, saboted bullet, or the always improperly referenced anti-tank projectiles?
Or... the actual sabot hitting the target....?
Sabots are used in a 12 ga with a "Rifled" barrel, they cost a bit more but they reach out farther.
Hit the last 3 at 30 yards or less, they were running right at me. I stepped away from the tree I was standing against, they turned I shot, they all went right down to the ground. One had to be finished off as it was hit in the lower spine right before the hips. Lot of power in a 12 ga slug at that range.
When I was shot in the left shoulder from behind it hit the bone and hurt like a fire was in my shoulder a very intense hot fire. not so much blood tho.