Apex Ammunition Introduces Mossy Oak Shadow Grass Habitat Waterfowl Blend

by
posted on September 23, 2022
Mosgh Limited Edition Shotshells

Apex Ammunition, makers of ultra-high-density Tungsten Super Shot (TSS) shotshells, has introduced a limited-edition, Mossy Oak Shadow Grass Habitat Waterfowl Blend.

Available in 3-inch, 12-gauge shells, this handcrafted “duplex load” combines No. 8 TSS with No. 3 S3 zinc-plated steel for a versatile, hard-hitting load whether shooting over decoys on opening day or trying to bring down warier, late-season waterfowl.

The zinc coating on premium grade Apex steel shot ensures uniform pellets for optimum patterning in a steel load. When combined with 18.1 g/cc TSS, it helps deliver a harder-hitting payload with improved terminal performance to reduce crippling.

“We are excited to partner with our friends at Mossy Oak on this new offering,” said Jason Lonsberry, CEO of Apex Ammunition. “This load comes in a box featuring the Mossy Oak Shadow Grass Habitat camo pattern and offers hunters a new combination of shot sizes with deep penetration and lethal energy transfer.”

“Mossy Oak is excited to partner with Apex, one of the most reputable ammo manufacturers, to offer waterfowl hunters the Shadow Grass Habitat Waterfowl Blend that brings the best of both worlds for waterfowl ammo into one shell,” said Chris Paradise, chief sales officer of Mossy Oak.

For more information, check out apexmunition.com. MSRP: $51.99/25-rd. box; $489.99/10-box case

 

Latest

How To Turkey Hunt Safely Lead
How To Turkey Hunt Safely Lead

How to Turkey Hunt Safely

FACT: Coming home is more important than coming home with a gobbler.

Turkey Calling by Subspecies

Ever wonder whether the difference between turkey subspecies extends to calling as well? We take a look at the different strategies used to hunt different birds.

Brownells 350 Legend BRN-180 Hunting Rifle Build

B. Gil Horman builds himself a new hunting rig right from the studs, exploring the ways in which an AR-pattern rifle can meet the various needs of most any American hunter.

Knives for Big-Game Hunters

Fixed blade or folder? Drop point or clip point? What kind of steel would you like, and what kind of handle material would you like to grip when using your knife? Answers to these questions make a hunter’s knife just as personal as his firearm.

Recipe: Curried Elk

Have some elk still left from the season? Try this fun recipe to take a bit of the chill off the last cool days of the year.

Review: TriStar Matrix

The Matrix—TriStar’s first inertia-driven semi-automatic shotgun—features a fiber-optic front sight post to naturally draw the eye when pointing at birds and an oversized trigger guard for the comfortable use of cold-weather gear when shooting. 

Interests



Get the best of American Hunter delivered to your inbox.