Speaking of fragmenting slugs,
Winchester says that's a good thing!
I bought a box of 10 rounds of Winchester PDX1 Defender slugs, which are Foster style "segmented" rifled slugs.
The advertising hype printed on the box states:
"Programmed notching on inside/outside of slug ensures positive expansion and segmenting at short and long range
Slug breaks into three segments upon impact - compensates for aim error and provides critical penetration"
These are marketed for personal defense, with "Stop The Threat" a registered trademark printed on the box.
I am considering using them on deer. Should I?
What is your opinion?
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