Sellier and Bellot was founded on August 5, 1825 by a German businessman by the name of Louis Sellier. Louis got the company started by producing percussion caps for the local infantry at the request of then-Emperor of Austria Francis I, and when he was joined by his fellow countryman Jean Maria Nicolaus Bellot the company truly began to flourish. It didn’t take them long to do incredibly well, either; by the 1830’s they’d made over 60 million percussion caps and by 1837 that number had topped 156 million. Of course, as times changed, so did they, and today Sellier and Bellot produces ammunition for sport shooters and hunters like you on a global level.
These Sellier and Bellot rounds are meant for your 12-gauge shotgun. Each shell is 2 ¾” long and filled with twelve pellets of #1 buckshot. These rounds burst from the barrel of your shotgun with the impressive muzzle velocity of 1213 feet per second and impact their target with compelling force. This ammunition is favored by many hunters for taking down game such as whitetail deer and can also be used for target practice, after all, what’s more fun than utterly destroying watermelons and water jugs?
There are 10 rounds in this single box of ammunition from Sellier and Bellot. That makes it the perfect size for tucking in your vest or pants pocket when you’re heading out on a hunt; after all, you don’t want to be weighed down by a big box of ammo. Of course, after you fire these 10 rounds you’re going to be hooked on Sellier and Bellot’s accuracy and reliable performance, so you may as well just buy multiple boxes right now. Sellier and Bellot manufactures ammunition at their longtime plant in Vlasim, Czech Republic. Place your order now and feed your shotgun ammunition manufactured by a legendary European company.
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