Friday, February 9, 2024

APEX Ammunition to Exhibit at 2024 NWTF Convention as Longbeard Sponsor

APEX Ammunition, makers of award-winning, handloaded, ultra-high-density Tungsten Super Shot (TSS) shotshells, will showcase its legendary turkey loads at the 2024 National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF) Convention in Nashville February 14-17. APEX is in booth #1445 in the Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center, and all NWTF members are encouraged to stop by to meet the team and learn more about APEX’s shotshell offerings.

In addition to APEX’s new 28-gauge Mossy Oak Greenleaf Turkey TSS Blend, the company will be offering its legendary Turkey TSS line, Smalltown Blend, and Ninja loads for sale. All are handloaded for ultimate consistency and quality control. With an industry-leading density of 18.1 g/cc, APEX TSS shells deliver high payloads which means more pellets on target and higher retained energy for maximum penetration and knockdown power.

“At APEX, the NWTF Convention holds a special place in our hearts. It's more than just an event; it's a profound connection to our shared passion for turkey hunting and conservation,” said Jason Lonsberry, President and CEO, APEX Ammunition. “We take pride in supporting this organization and its dedicated conservation efforts. Together, we stand as advocates for the great outdoors, contributing to a future where the thrill of turkey hunting and conservation go hand in hand for generations to come.”

“Last year we introduced the new Mossy Oak Greenleaf Turkey TSS Blend in 12 ga. and 20 ga. featuring a devastating combination of No. 9 and No. 10 TSS. With a payload of 1,096 pellets in the 12-gauge shells and 774 pellets in the 20-gauge, the results were so impressive that we started receiving requests for it in 28-gauge. This newest sub-gauge offering delivers a powerful payload of 665 TSS pellets in a 28-gauge shell.”

APEX offers turkey loads in multiple gauges –10 ga., 12 ga., 16 ga., 20 ga., 28 ga. and .410 bore – and a variety of shot sizes, shell lengths and blends.

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