If you’re new to the sport of skeet shooting or just looking to improve your score, you might want to spend some time working on mounting your shotgun to your shoulder. Many skeet shooters – including those quite seasoned in the sport – spend time every single day with their unloaded shotgun simply practicing swinging it up and mounting it to their shoulder. Make sure your gun is unloaded – and remember the rule of double-checking – find a safe area that enforces the golden rules, and, if you can, use a mirror. The process of swinging it up, mounting to your shoulder, and pointing at your target should be natural, and with enough repetition it’ll become second nature.
These rounds are made for your 12-gauge shotgun. Each shell is 2 ¾” long and made using only high-quality components. They each have a 7/8 ounce load which gives you, the shooter, enough power to propel projectiles to your target while keeping recoil at a minimum. Lower felt recoil is good for more than just your shoulder, though; it can help you improve your score, too. These shells are filled with #8 shot which is a favorite of many in sport shooting for shattering clays reliably. Each round leaves the barrel of your shotgun with a muzzle velocity of 1200 feet per second. This ammunition is made with target shooting in mind, so load your gun and shatter some clays – or spend some time tearing holes in paper if that’s your preference.
You get 25 shotgun shells in this single box of ammunition from Fiocchi. The box is a nice size for tucking in your pocket or range bag; shotgun shells can get heavy in large quantities. Fiocchi was founded in 1876 and has spent nearly 150 years fine-tuning the manufacturing process, constantly coming up with new, innovative ways to improve ammunition, thereby enhancing your experience. Their headquarters are located in Lecco, Italy, but they do have an Ozark, Missouri, plant for U.S. distribution. Don’t waste another second, place your order today so you can get out on the course and shatter clays with your 12-gauge.
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