Steel abrasives are steel particles that are used as abrasive or peening media. They are usually available in two different shapes (shot and grit) that address different industrial applications.
Steel shot refers to spherical grains made of molten steel through an atomization ("granulation") process, available in different sizes and hardnesses.
Steel grit characterizes grains with a predominantly angular shape. These grains are obtained by crushing steel shot, therefore they exhibit sharp edges and broken sections. Harder than steel shot, it is also available in different sizes and hardnesses.

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  1. sagia308

    let the propane bodies hit the floor 20 gauge shotgun 4 Buck/BB steel shot into Propane can filled with water

    now i didnt think the 4 buck bearing would go threw
  2. sagia308

    Sawed off 20 gauge over and under with experimental BB steel shot and six shot combo shells

    Looks like the pattern widen out to a mod choke level 👍
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