250 Rounds of LE Low Recoil 00 Buck 12ga Ammo by Fiocchi
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Shotguns have been around or centuries, and for good reason. They’re used tactically by law enforcement and the military and civilians favor them for home defense, hunting, and activities like destroying watermelons and pumpkins. They provide serious power and if you want a compelling firearm, a shotgun does the trick; even in law enforcement they often say that simply the familiar sound of a shotgun being racked can be a surprisingly effective deterrent. Of course, you don’t want to count on a criminal being afraid of a sound. You want a powerful shell.
12 gauge is perhaps the most common shotgun on the market. The shells are another story, though, because there is an impressive array of loads for your shotgun. One of the most popular rounds both for hunting game such as whitetail deer and killing a row of pumpkins is 00 buck – pronounced “double aught” buck. These particular shells have 9 pellets in each hull, are 2 ¾” long, and have a muzzle velocity of 1,150 feet per second. For the power of 12 gauge 00 buck without the mule-like kick, try these Fiocchi low-recoil shells.
Fiocchi was founded in 1876 by Guilio Fiocchi and the renowned company’s headquarters can be found in Lecco, Italy. They came on the ammunition scene as firearms changed to breech-loading from muzzle-loading; Fiocchi has always had a talent for adapting and flourishing. The company has been designing and manufacturing their own equipment since day one and produces a diverse line of ammunition; in America, your rounds are most likely manufactured at their Ozark, Missouri, plant. You get 250 shells when you place your order so you’ll be ready for a successful hunting season or to have some fun blowing away melons and gourds according to the season. And if you want to defend your castle, these shells will certainly provide the immense energy and impact. Your shotgun is a versatile, powerful firearm, so make sure you have the ammunition you need to keep it loaded.