Shotguns are more versatile than many shooters realize with uses ranging from home defense to hunting to shattering clays to target practice to tactical use such as breaching walls. If you use your shotgun to shatter clays, improve your scores by getting trigger time in off the course. And when you get those practice rounds in, make sure to take your time and learn to master a smooth, natural swing. You should be able to mount your shotgun to your shoulder while simultaneously bringing it on target; with practice you’ll be shattering clays with exceptional skill in no time.
These shotgun shells are made by Fiocchi, a company with a long and respected history in the firearms industry. Fiocchi was founded in 1876 by an accountant by the name of Guilio Fiocchi, and the company has spent the past 140-plus years coming up with ways to not only meet but exceed the expectations of shooters. One of the ways Fiocchi ensures superior quality is by designing and manufacturing all their own production equipment, something they’ve done since day one; when you buy from Fiocchi, you know you’re getting quality.
These 12-gauge rounds have a 7/8 ounce load, which provides plenty of power to drive the projectiles inside towards your target with substantial speed and force. Each shell is 2 ¾” long, filled with #8 buckshot, and leaves the barrel of your shotgun with a muzzle velocity of 1300 feet per second. #8 is quite popular among sport shooters looking to shatter clays and improve their scores and can also be used for target practice. There are 250 rounds in this box of ammunition. Fiocchi’s headquarters are located in Lecco, Italy, but they also have a factory in Ozark, Missouri, for U.S. sales. Get your order in and feed your shotgun a well-made meal.
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