12ga 3-1/2″ 2-1/2oz

(5 customer reviews)


5.00 out of 5

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Our flagship shell in 12 Gauge; 3 1/2″ of pure hard hitting TSS. Offered in 7 1/2, 8, or 9 shot, there is not a cartridge on the market today that matches our payload, 1175 FPS speed and pattern retention. If you’re looking to put the most possible pellets on target, this is the shell for you.


#9: 905

#8: 635

#7.5: 550


5 reviews for 12ga 3-1/2″ 2-1/2oz

  1. Bill Lizana (verified owner)

    Last turkey season was the first time using apex I was skeptical to pay that much money but I killed four turkeys the farthest was 35 to 40 yards the closest was 10 to 15 yards none of even moved stone cold killed them I won’t use nothing else and the best part is it’s made in Mississippi my home state by veteran owned company 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

  2. wayne gould (verified owner)

    I have been a satisfied Apex customer for 3 years. I have mad some kills that I know I could not pulled off if I had not been using TSS. The first year I used them was in Texas where long shots are usually the norm. After speaking with Jason a few times over the years I suggested he re-name the 12ga. 3 1/2″ #9s to “Rocket Launchers”. One thing for sure is they will stop the flop.

  3. Bob Sharp (verified owner)

    Pricey shells but worth it when a gobbler comes in. If you want some additional range while still ensuring an ethical kill, these are the shells to buy. The big Tom I took at 25 yards just fell over and did not move again.

  4. Gary Smith (verified owner)

    I cannot make a comparison with your product to any other ammo shotgun shell for turkeys because there is NO comparison. I teach turkey hunting seminars and I’ve harvest over 80 birds. Prior to I used another brand (lead); but these TSS 12 ga. 3.5, #9’s are on a level of patterning all their own from 20-60 yards. I harvested a mature gobbler this spring at 55 yards. If fact I held off his first pass, but shot when he came back. Folded right up and never flopped. I’m buying enough boxes so I never run out. Cost is not a factor when you’re dealing with quality like this, Gary

  5. Pat

    I’m pretty new to turkey hinting…or @ least turkey killing. I think I hunted turkey for 5 years without luck till I switched to the Apex 3.5 inch load using the # 9 shot out of a Remington 870. A 1×4 Weaver kaspa scope helps. The recoil is enough to make me go blind for a second, but there is always a turkey laying there between 50-56 yards when I can see again.

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