10 Rounds of 00 Buck 9 Pellet 12ga Ammo by Sellier & Bellot
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Shotguns have a wide variety of uses, from hunting to target practice to sport shooting, but perhaps their greatest use of all is for home defense. They have quite a few tactical uses, which is why law enforcement and the military use them; not only are the enormously strong, they’re flat-out intimidating. The chunk of a shell being chambered is a noise everyone knows, and the psychological impact alone cannot be discounted. Shotguns are used in law enforcement for many things, among them breaching walls and doors. A well-placed shell to drywall will blow right through it while a blast to a lock will have the door swinging open within seconds. Yes, shotguns are useful, and you need to make sure you’ve got enough ammo for yours.
Sellier and Bellot manufactures these particular shotgun shells at their plant in Vlasim, Czech Republic. The company was founded in 1825 by Louis Sellier, who got the business of the ground, and within a short time he was joined by Jean Maria Nicolaus Bellot, who made sure they flourished. Over the years they’ve built a solid reputation for quality and reliability; if you want good quality ammunition from a longtime company with a rich history, try Sellier and Bellot. They’re an ISO 9001 certified company and have won numerous awards, but above all, they know quality.
These are 12 gauge shells loaded with 9 pellets of 00 buck; each shell is 2 ¾” long. These shells have quite a few uses including hunting game such as deer, home defense, and target practice. 12 gauge shells move with impressive speed and hit with devastating force; when you turn your 12 gauge on a target, you know it’s going to be thoroughly demolished. There are 250 shells in this box so you’re getting more than just a little ammunition for your shotgun. With 250 shells you can get some target practice and training in before hunting and still have some left over. Place your order today and enjoy the power of your 12-gauge.