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Test out some aluminum, .70 caliber shotgun slugs that were CNC’d for us by Tim Hamilton. Tim is a prototype machinist and has access to some very sophisticated machine tools.

Shooting a prototype .70 caliber aluminum shotgun slug can get pretty interesting.

These custom-made slugs were made on a CNC machine specifically to be launched from a shotgun. The rifling cut into the slug itself is meant to help stabilize it in flight to the target.

A variety of projectiles can be shot out of a shotgun. This all aluminum projectile just may become another selection that can be made in the future.

We test out some aluminum, .70 caliber shotgun slugs that were CNC’d for us by Tim Hamilton.
Tim is a prototype machinist and has access to some very sophisticated machine tools.

 Since so many viewers have told us that many of the rounds we have tested would have worked had they had some rifling or fins to stabilize them, Tim decided to see if this was true.

Tim has other ideas like mini shotgun arrows. Just amazing stuff.

Here is the video on how he made these turbine rounds.

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