Review by AFstevenson
Review by GC
Using 12ga Ammo by 12ga Ammo by Fiocchi - 1 ounce Low Recoil Rifled Slug caused nothing but problems.
Down range the shot placement was on target and tight grouping.
However, while under hot-bore tactical drills I encountered constant issues with the empty shells hanging up in the port and not ejecting from both the 930, and while cycling the 500.
The good news is I acquired and cycled Federal and Winchester brand ammo and passed with zero problems.
For the price, the ammo is a good deal and on cold bore shots it was ok. However, I would NOT recommend 12ga Ammo by Fiocchi - 1 ounce Low Recoil Rifled Slug ammo for ANY timed combat or tactical drill, exercise or engagement.
(Posted on 10/15/14)
Review by Michael
These slugs were great on my stevens 320! I love how low recoil they are i can shoot these all day without destroying my shoulder lol! I would recommend these! (Posted on 10/12/14)
Review by Sean
BulkAmmo.com has great service, ships to my door (west coast) in 2-4 days. That's the good old american reliability that will keep me coming back. Thanks guys (Posted on 9/16/14)
Review by C Jackson
I was told to shop here for good prices, great customer service, and fast shipping. That was Exactally what I got.
Zero complaints (Posted on 8/25/14)
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Review by Dennis
The 2 ¾” rifled slug weighs in at just under an ounce and travels at a velocity of 1300 feet per second, like a .357 Magnum pistol round with a much bigger punch! Fiocchi shotgun ammo is made right here in the USA with all the same care as the company's rifle and pistol rounds.
Fiocchi Munizioni is a private ammunition manufacturer based in Lecco, Italy. Owned by the Fiocchi family since its founding in the 19th century, the company entered the US ammo market fairly recently in the 1980s. This new venture proved so successful that Fiocchi began producing ammo at its own plant in Ozark, Missouri. Today, the vast majority of Fiocchi ammo on American store shelves is American-made, including 100% of its shotshells and 95% of its centerfire rifle ammo.
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