People store their ammunition and firearms in different locations. Some keep their ammunition in their garage or shop. If it is winter or you live where it gets extremely cold you want to makes sure your firearm will function properly and the ammunition will perform as advertised.
The 12 gauge PHD-125c is high performance ammunition configured to function better in sub-zero conditions. The C series was tested at 8.6 degrees Fahrenheit with average velocity of 3103 FPS. The Precision Home Defense series is optimized to reduce the risk of over penetration in defensive and protective service scenarios. The CPM-12-125-110 slug has more penetration than the slug used in the PHD-250.
Item Number Explained:
CPM = Core Projectile Module
12 = 12 gauge projectile
125 = 1/8 diameter hollow point
110 = Weight of slug in grains
Ballistic Gel Test with Level Three Ballistic Panel
Massive Spherical Pressure Wave
Level Three Ballistic Panel
PHD-125 Gel Test 4″x7″ Permanent Crush Cavity
Use caution storing ammunition in automobiles during during hot weather. Hot weather test: We stored PHD125c ammunition on the dash of an automobile in 95 degree Fahrenheit open sunlight for 90 minutes. We then fired several boxes of ammunition and every round of ammunition had increased pressures. Cold weather ammunition is designed to perform reliably in sub zero temperatures do not use if temperatures exceed 80 degrees Fahrenheit.
Always inspect ammunition to ensure there are no flaws. SlapShot PHD ammunition is designed for fully rifled shotguns manufactured after 1995 ONLY. Do not fire SlapShot Precision Home Defense ammunition from any type of choked barrel.