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Browning 12 Ga TSS Tungsten Turkey 3 1/2" 2 1/4 Oz Box 5 Rd

Browning 12 Ga TSS Tungsten Turkey 3 1/2" 2 1/4 Oz Box 5 Rd

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SKU: B19392124B

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Browning TSS Tungsten Turkey. The word is out among turkey hunters that Tungsten Super Shot (TSS) is one fine ingredient in a shotgun shell. With that, Browning Ammunition launches TSS Tungsten Turkey in 2019, bringing one of the most solid-performing turkey loads to millions of hunters across North America. By volume, tungsten is denser than lead, which results in the ability to load a greater number of pellets into each shell. More pellets mean greater pattern density and improved downrange performance. Traditional lead pellets have a density of approximately 11 g/cm³ compared to Tungsten Super Shot (TSS) at 18 g/cm³. That means that TSS is approximately 60% more dense than lead. To simplify matters, a TSS #9 pellet is equivalent to a #5 lead pellet. That allows for TWICE the number of pellets while maintaining the energy and lethality of each of those pellets. In addition, TSS Tungsten Turkey is available in 12, 20 and even 410 gauges, a diverse lineup of offerings that caters to men, women and youth who want to take after a wily gobbler this spring.
Browning 12 Ga TSS 3 1/2" 2 1/4 oz 1200 FPS
5 Rounds Per Box
10 Boxes Per Case

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2/17/2021 7:38 am

18g Browning vs 15g Federal

by Tom

I compared the Browning 18g/cc #7 shot to Federal Mag Shok 15g/cc #7 shot at 50 yards in a Benelli SBE3 with Rob Roberts .655 and Pure Gold .670 chokes. The 15g/cc Federal out performed the Browning 18g/cc with regard to pattern density. I believe the #7 18g/cc TSS has about 185 pellets per oz and the Federal Mag Shok #7 15g/cc has about 219 pellets per oz, so the 2.25oz TSS had about 416 pellets and the Mag Shok load had about 410 pellets which is almost exact pellet count. I understand the 18g #7 has more ballistic capabilities than the 15g Mag Shok, but at 50 yards, they will both absolutely destroy turkeys and since the 15g patterned better for me, the 18g TSS was not worth the SIGNIFICANTLY higher price. I hope this helps some people.