NEW! ELEY Hawk Titanium Strike Cartridges

Eley Hawk launch the new titanium strike and titanium premium clay cartridges.

New Cartridges launched

Eley Hawk is pleased to announce the launch of Titanium Strike and Titanium. The new cartridges will be the flagship of the clay range. Engineered for the demanding clay shooter, these cartridges are the fastest and hardest hitting cartridges in the Eley Hawk range. Titanium Strike and Titanium will deliver a new era in dusting clays.

Eley Hawk Titanium cartridges

A New Load On The 190th Anniversary Of Eley Hawk

Speaking about the launch Eduardo Hernando, Managing Director of Eley Hawk said; “This year we celebrate our 190th Anniversary at Eley Hawk. Such an outstanding milestone has deeply inspired to engineer our latest innovation for the premium clay market. A combination of new components never used before in an Eley cartridge to carry on leading shooting performance and heralding the next 190 years of future proud manufacturing in the UK.

Titanium Strike

Launched as a high velocity and performance load it will be loaded in 28-gram and significantly in 24-gram versions in shot size 7.5 Ni (2.4 mm).

Nickel Coated Shot 

This cartridge will have nickel coated lead shot and also features a high 25 mm nickel head brass for ease of ejection. The use of nickel coated shot has several benefits;

  • It creates a protective coating around the shot, so less deformed pellets occur at initial ignition, as well as, protecting the pellets as they travel down the barrel.
  • The shot flies down range towards the clay in a uniform pattern with fewer flyers (off-target pellets).
  • The Shot is also hardened by the application of an innovative alloy coating. This increases the breaking power, especially the harder bio-degradable clays.

PSB +3 Powders

The PSB+ powders used by Eley Hawk are progressive slow burn powders which burn evenly and reduce recoil. The powders are also graded to burn consistently shot to shot thereby providing an even performance throughout a round of clays.

A-Type Wad

The “A-type” wad provides excellent shot string distribution, improved recoil reduction and stron dense patterns at all ranges.

Titanium

This will be launched as a high-velocity load in 28 gram shot size 7.5 (2.4 mm) and 8 shot (2.3 mm). These continental shot sizes are slightly larger than the standard shot sizes and give the shooter extra breaking power.

16 mm Nickel Head

The 16 mm Nickel head is engineered to provide a solid base for propelling the load and deliver a smooth cartridge ejection for the shooter.

PSB+3 Powders

PSB+3 powder has been used which is engineered in-house for high velocity and ultra smooth recoil.

“A-Type” Plastic And Kleena Fibre Wads

The cartridges will be loaded with the “A-type” plastic wad system which delivers outstanding clay breaks with recoil and shot cushioning for superior patterns. The long history of “Kleena” wads originally pioneered by Eley Hawk used within the fibre version are excellent at providing clean barrels and intense patterns.

Superior Patterning

The meticulous balance between the wad, powder, shot and pressures generated in the chamber and resulting speeds have all been carefully balanced to ensure superior patterning at all ranges.

Positive Reactions From Trade And Public Alike

Initial reactions from clay shooters at the hugely successful Atkin Grant and Lang English Sporting Open have been overwhelmingly positive with many commenting that they are looking forward to shooting them in competition.

Expected Retail Prices

Titanium Strike prices will vary buy are estimated to be between £310 and £330. The Titanium prices are expected to be between £300 and £315.

Please note that all expected retail prices are given as an estimation and are in no way intended to provide definitive pricing under UK or EU pricing and competition regulations. Retailers will charge their own pricing to customers. For a tigher price point please contact your local Eley Hawk retailer.

To download the tech spec sheet for the Titanium Strike click here.

To download the tech spec sheet for the Titanium click here.

 

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