250 Rounds of 12ga Ammo by BioAmmo Lux Lead - 1-1/4 ounce #9 shot

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Ammo Overview

Ammo Quantity - 250 rounds per case; 25 rounds per box
Ammo Manufacturer - BioAmmo
Shot Load - #9 shot
Shell Length - 2-3/4"
Muzzle Velocity - 1,263 fps (recorded 8.2’ from the muzzle)
This ammo is made in Spain, so its boxes have metric measurements. 35 stands for 1-1/4 ounces (shot weight); 70 stands for 2-3/4" (shell length).


You’re not some kind of litter bug who wants to clutter up the woods and plains with plastic. Unfortunately that’s usually unavoidable when you’re hunting. It’s hard to keep track of where empty shells land, and no one in their right mind would go looking for wads. But when you hunt with BioAmmo, plastic litter is no longer a problem!

This 12 Gauge hunting shell has biopolymer in place of plastic. That means its hull and wad are both completely compostable, and will eventually get consumed by fungi and other microbes. The composting process may take as long as two years if biopolymer just lies on the ground, but afterward there will be no plastic evidence you were ever there.

BioAmmo casts hard lead #9 shot so you can anticipate a tight, accurate pattern as you’re hunting small upland game. They also load clean-burning primers and powder, and their wad has a collapsing base to take some of the bite out of felt recoil.

BioAmmo shotshells are safe to store in normal climactic conditions for a minimum of five years.

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Posted On: 5/22/2021 By: Steve

A: Absolutely sir, your CZ will fire this ammo just fine! (Provided it's a 12ga, of course, if you don't mind me adding.) I personally prefer #8 shot for trap, but I shoot trap just fine with #9 shot too.

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