Fiocchi Munizioni shotgun shells, made in Fiocchi’s American facility in Ozark, Missouri, are a popular choice for tactical, sporting, and range use. Although Fiocchi has only been in the US market for about 30 years, the company actually dates back to the 1870s when it was founded by the Fiocchi family, who continue to own and manage the firm today. Fiocchi’s global headquarters and European manufacturing operations are located in Lecco, Italy.
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Review by CrankyVermonter
When I bought the shotgun, the store owner gave me a verity of partially full shell boxes to try out different loads which did not include any low recoil loads. I decided to try some of these Fiocchi loads after reading the reviews and because the price was right.
I'm going to stick with these Fiocchi loads now and in the future. These low recoil loads are MUCH more comfortable to shoot and I'm sure they pack enough power to get the job done, defensively. They gave me a 3" spread at 15 feet, 7" at 30 feet and 17" at 75 feet.
Shipping charges are always a concern, especially with something as heavy as ammo, but in my case it would cost me as much in gas to drive to my gun store as the shipping is for this ammo so it's a wash. (Posted on 9/2/2014)
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Review by Bob
Overall great product. Recomend it for the price and the fun. (Posted on 8/2/2014)
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Review by Brandon
The shells are terrific - perfectly reliable in my Mossberg 500 pump (although most shells would be, I suppose). When they say low recoil, they mean it. I fired them intermittently with standard 00 buck, slugs, and even target loads, and the difference from all three was obvious. These would make a fine home defense shell for sure.
The shells shipped in 25 boxes of ten, which is great. Easy to move around, pack, and organize. They also fit perfectly into the shipping box, which means no wasted space if you're inclined to leave them in that box and store them.
Definitely coming back to Bulk Ammo for my shooting needs. (Posted on 5/27/2012)
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Posted On: 9/28/2011 By: Nick Pratt