When the Tar-Hunt RSG debuted in 1990, it was everything slug guns of the day were not: bolt action, expensive, and very, very accurate. Randy Fritz, its inventor, reasoned that if a slug gun was going to shoot like a rifle, it had to be built like a rifle. So he built one accordingly. His creation had a glass-bedded action, a free-floating barrel, a McMillan fiberglass stock, and a rifle trigger. And it shoots. The Tar-Hunt can produce minute-of-angle groups, although five shots under 2 inches is more common. By shotgun-slug standards, that’s revolutionary accuracy.