Winchester Ammunition introduced the Supreme Elite PDX1 shotshells in 410 and 12 gauge for personal defense at SHOT Show 2010 in Las Vegas.

"Both shotshell loads achieved excellent results in our test facility, and we are extremely excited to offer them to our customers," said Brett Flaugher, Winchester Ammunition's vice president of domestic and international marketing and sales."

The PDX1 in 410 gauge features a black hull and black oxide high-base head and combines three plated Defense Disc projectiles and 12 pellets of plated BB shot. The shells are designed for use in the Taurus Judge and will be available to the public in February, according to the company.

The 12-gauge Supreme Elite PDX1 also features a black hull, black oxide high-base head and three pellets of Grex-buffered 00-plated buckshot nested on top of a 1-ounce rifled slug. The result is a tight-patterning personal defense load. The slug/buckshot combination will be available to the public in March.

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