Federal Custom Shop TSS Turkey Loads

posted on March 26, 2020
For all those who love Tungsten Super Shot (TSS), but own turkey guns in odd sub gauges, or simply prefer a less-common load, the Federal Custom Shop has you covered. While Federal itself offers factory TSS loads in a wide variety of gauges and payloads, the Custom Shop takes the selection even further, with hard-to-find loads such as 12-gauge 2 3/4-inch, 28-gauge or 16-gauge. Customers can choose their gauge, shell-length, shot-size and shot-weight from a list of TSS options. Gauges include 10, 12, 16, 20 and 28, with varying shotshell-lengths and payloads depending on gauge. TSS shot-size could be 7, 8, 9, 10, mixed 7/9 or 8/10—this also depends on gauge selected. For more information, check out federalpremium.com

Additional Reading:
Federal Custom Shop Loads—Handloads from the Experts (Part 1)
Federal Custom Shop Loads—Handloads from the Experts (Part 2)


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