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20 Rounds of 12ga Ammo by Aguila Minishell - 1-3/4" #4/#1 Buck Mix

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Ammo Overview

Ammo Quantity - 20 rounds per box
Ammo Manufacturer - Aguila
Shot Load - #4/#1 buckshot mix
Shell Length - 1-3/4"


Aguila’s Minishell ammo line deserves its name -- at 1 3/4” long, this 12 Gauge shotshell is a tiny little guy. Their size means that these shells will nearly double your pump action shotgun’s magazine capacity, making them a great choice for home protection. No one who has ever been in a fight wishes they didn’t have twice as many rounds in their weapon.

These shells are loaded with two sizes of buckshot: seven pellets of #4, and four pellets of #1. That will give you a good spread for self-defense, and both types of pellets’ stopping power should also prove effective on medium game and most predators. #1 and #4 buck are less likely to penetrate multiple layers of drywall, making this shell a good choice if you’ve got neighbors whose safety you must take into consideration. With a light load of shot for its gauge, this shell makes a good low recoil solution for your single or double barrel shotgun as well.

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Posted On: 5/30/2019 By: Bernie Max

A: Hi Bernie. I am sorry, but these do not have the energy to cycle any semi-auto firearm.

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