New Upland Bird Tungsten Super Shot Announced by APEX Ammunition

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   12.02.21

New Upland Bird Tungsten Super Shot Announced by APEX Ammunition

With modern hunters being more and more concerned with the environmental impact that their hunting has on local wildlife, non-toxic ammunition that performs well has seen a surge in popularity. APEX Ammunition has just announced the introduction of their new Upland Bird TSS shotshells in a wide variety of bore sizes including some of the more obscure bores like 28 gauge. The new non-toxic Tungsten Super Shot (TSS) will retail between $49.99 and $69.99 per 10-rounds and should be available from your local APEX ammunition dealer at the time of writing.

New Upland Bird Tungsten Super Shot Announced by APEX Ammunition

New Upland Bird Tungsten Super Shot Announced by APEX Ammunition

The new Upland Bird Tungsten Super Shot should prove to be quite effective and also much cleaner to use than standard bulk bird shots. The Upland Bird TSS loads all feature a clean-burning powder, a one-piece Tungsten-grade wad system, and are also extremely accurate according to APEX meaning you can be confident that your pattern will be tight even at greater ranges.  The new shotshells will be available in 12-gauge, and 20-gauge, as well as 28-gauge and .410, bore in both a 2-1/2 and 3-inch load variety (upon request). To date, this is the densest loading the APEX has offered with the next densest load being their Bismuth offerings which feature larger shot pellets than the Upland Bird TSS loadings. For more information, you can visit ApexMunition.com/upland. 

APEX Ammunition is pleased to announce its Upland Bird TSS shotshells are now shipping. These meticulously handloaded, ultra-high-density Tungsten Super Shot loads deliver exceptional performance in a non-toxic round. Whether you are hunting grouse or Huns out West, quail in the South or late season roosters across the Great Plains, APEX TSS helps you put more birds in hand.

At 18.1 g/cc density, APEX TSS is denser than Lead (11.34 g/cc), Bismuth (9.8g/cc), Copper (8.8g/cc), or Steel (7.84 g/cc), allowing the use of smaller-sized TSS pellets and more of them per payload. The result? More pellets on target and greater knockdown power at longer ranges.



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