- Manufacturer Sellier & Bellot
- Condition New
- Weight Not Applicable
- Projectile Type #00 Buck
- Ammo Use Type Buckshot
- Quantity 250
- Caliber 12ga
- Manufacturer SKU SB12BSE
- Shot Material Lead
- Shell Length 2-3/4"
- UPC Barcode 754908538089
- Cost Per Round 40.0¢ per round
- Q & A
Shotgun shells are wicked powerful and have many uses ranging from home defense to hunting to target practice. And it isn’t just the civilian world that favors this long-gun load, either; law enforcement agencies nationwide rely on shotguns for tactical purposes, and the military uses combat shotguns. With a shotgun shell loaded with 00 buck, you can wreak some serious havoc, and these Sellier and Bellot shells are made to fill a variety of needs.
Sellier and Bellot was founded in 1825 by Louis Sellier, a French merchant. He began his venture producing percussion caps at the request of Francis I, who was the Emperor of Austria at the time. Soon he had the additional help of Jean Maria Nicolaus Bellot, and their company began to flourish. In fact, they were incredibly successful by 1830, with more than 60 million percussion caps already produced, and their success continues today. The plant is located in the Czech Republic, is ISO 9001 certified, and manufactures all their ammunition to high standards.
These are 12 gauge 00 buck shells with 12 pellets loaded into each cartridge. They’re 2 ¾” long and have a muzzle velocity of 1,180 feet per second. Experienced shooters say these shells have a nice, tight spread at 25 yards, feed reliably, and deliver serious power. The clear hull is also considered an excellent feature because it makes it easy to identify the load visually. You get 250 shells in this box of Sellier and Bellot ammunition, which is just enough to feed your shotgun for a day of target practice and set some aside for hunting or home defense. Order a box today to find out how Sellier and Bellot became so successful more than 180 years ago.
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