Luke Cuenco 03.03.22 Everyone seems to be gearing up for the upcoming 2022 Turkey season and the folks over at Fiocchi Ammunition are no differen
Luke Cuenco 03.03.22
Everyone seems to be gearing up for the upcoming 2022 Turkey season and the folks over at Fiocchi Ammunition are no different. With the increasing popularity of Tungsten Super Shot (TSS) loadings for hunting, Fiocchi has decided to use their reputation to endorse the TSS shot line. The new Golden Turkey TSS shotshells have just been announced as the latest offering for the Fiocchi ammunition lineup and these new loadings will be offered for .410 bore, 20-gauge, and of course 12-gauge sizes.
Fiocchi Announces Their New Golden Turkey TSS Shotgun Shells
Fiocchi has a good reputation for producing reliable, high-quality ammunition and the Golden Turkey TSS should be no different. All loadings of Golden Turkey TSS are made using precision manufactured hulls and wads and are combined with the best available shotgun primers and powders to give the end-user predictable and effective results. Golden Turkey TSS loads are also blended with 18 grams per cubic centimeter of tungsten shot which should be more than enough to take down the toughest gobblers this earth has to offer and still leave something for you at the dinner table.
Tungsten Super Shot has revolutionized the turkey hunting game thanks to its hard-hitting, deep-penetrating performance at long range and its incredibly dense shot patterns. Now, TSS is backed by Fiocchi’s world-class shotshell construction in four models covering today’s most popular platforms. For 2022, Fiocchi Golden Turkey TSS is available in following gauges/loads:
12-gauge, 3-inch, #7 shot, 1 5/8-oz., 1200 fps
12-gauge, 3-inch, #9 shot, 1 5/8-oz., 1200 fps
20-gauge, 3-inch, #9 shot, 1 3/8-oz., 1225 fps
.410 bore, 3-inch, #9 shot, 13/16 oz., 1100 fps
What are your thoughts on this new loading from Fiocchi? Do you think it offers the end-user anything that should make it a more desirable option than other TSS (Tungsten Super Shot) loadings? Let us know what you think and what you hunt turkey with down in the comments!