200 Rounds of 12ga Ammo by YAF - 00 Buck

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Ammo Quantity - 200 rounds per case; 10 rounds per box
Ammo Manufacturer - YAF
Shot Load - 00 Buck
Shell Length - 2-3/4"
Muzzle Velocity - 1,378 fps


Do you want a 200-round case of 12 Gauge 00 buckshot ammo that you can use for hunting, target shooting and home defense applications – delivered so fast that you’ll wonder what kind of gas the deliveryman is putting in his tank? Say no more, say no more, because we’ve got YAF ammo in stock!

This ain’t no upland game load. The 2-3/4” shell is loaded with nine pellets of 00 buck (the preferred shot pellet among law enforcement professionals and whitetail hunters alike). That 1 1/5 oz. shot column is cradled by a hinged plastic wad and propelled out of the barrel at a velocity of 1,378 fps. All together, the barrage of 1/3” diameter shot pellets slaps a close range target with well over 2,100 ft lbs of kinetic energy. That’s almost twice the power an AR-15 can put out – just spread out over a much wider area, of course!

YAF ammo is loaded by ZSR in Turkey. (They must love those three initial names in Turkey.) ZSR’s modern facility turns out non-corrosive primers, low-fouling powder and sturdy high-brass hulls that ought to deliver the goods out of any model shotgun.

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Posted On: 8/3/2022 By: Keith Mason

A: Thanks for reaching out Keith! Naturally I can't make any promises when it comes to a shotgun I haven't personally tested. That said, this shell's 1,378 fps muzzle velocity and 1.1oz. shot column put its dram equivalent somewhere between 3-1/2 and 3-3/4. You typically want at least a 3 dram equivalent 2-3/4" shell when you're talking about semi-autos, or a little higher just to be safe. If I were you I'd consult your firearm's manual or manufacturer for a definitive answer, but based on my quick math I do expect that this ammo would cycle your shotgun.

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