Shooting clays can be quite a bit of fun once you get the hang of it. One of the most important things many shooters forget is that shotguns are simply point-and-shoot weapons rather than being like rifles, which require taking careful aim. Once you keep that in mind the process becomes a bit simpler. Next comes learning to mount your shotgun to your shoulder in one smooth motion; even experienced shooters often practice on a daily basis in front of a mirror with unloaded guns. Also make sure your shotgun fits you properly, because if it doesn’t it’s difficult to become truly proficient with it.
Of course, you also need the right ammunition if you’re going to be shooting clays. These 12-gauge rounds have a 7/8 ounce load, giving them enough power to propel the projectiles to the target with significant force while also keeping felt recoil low. In fact, these are Fiocchi’s Low Recoil rounds. Each shell is 2 ¾” long and filled with #8 buckshot. These rounds reach out and touch targets with a muzzle velocity of 1300 feet per second. #8 is a popular choice among skeet shooters. This ammunition is great for shattering clays as well as target practice.
When you order this box of ammunition from Fiocchi, you get 25 rounds. This box is just the right size for stashing in your range bag or stacking in the corner of your safe. Of course, it is just 25 rounds, so you might want to consider buying multiple boxes to make sure you don’t run out. Fiocchi was founded in 1876 by Guilio Fiocchi, and over the years the company has made its mark on the firearms community. They’re known for making good quality rounds at reasonable prices. Their headquarters are located in Lecco, Italy, but they also have a factory in Ozark, Missouri, for sales in the United States. Order now to spend time shattering clays with your favorite shotgun.
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