Spectra Color Shot for Waterfowl, Skeet

Spectra Color Shot for Waterfowl, Skeet
Spectra Color Shot for Waterfowl, Skeet

Spectra Shot

LAFAYETTE, (La.) — Spectra Shot, LLC introduces Spectra Shot color shot for waterfowl and sporting clays. The ammunition is available in multiple colors (blue, yellow, green, and orange) to assist waterfowlers with positive shot identification. Spectra Shot™ also creates a visible shot string, aiding sporting clays shooters in proper shot placement.

The steel shot's patented color coating is non-toxic. It enhances the knockdown power of the ammunition, reducing the crippling of waterfowl. Waterfowl shot velocity is 1,400 feet per second; skeet shot velocity is 1,200 feet per second.

Spectra Shot is marketed by Spectra Shot, LLC, a Louisiana-based company founded in 2010 by color shot inventor Joe Authement. Spectra Shot™ products are made in the U.S. and are available at retail locations in Louisiana, Mississippi, and Texas, and at www.spectrashot.com.


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