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80 Rounds of 12ga High Velocity Ammo by Fiocchi - 00 Buck

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Quantity - 10 Rounds per Box; 8 Boxes per Plano Ammo Can
Manufacturer - Fiocchi
Load - 2-3/4" with 9 high velocity pellets


This ammo can filled with 80 shotshells is ready to accompany you on your next shooting trip. Each shotshell fires nine 00 buck pellets at a devastating velocity of 1325 feet per second. These general purpose 00 buck high velocity shells will serve well for hunting, competition, home defense, and range practice. Each reusable Plano can holds eight 10-shell boxes.

Fiocchi Munizioni, a private Italian ammunition manufacturer, makes all of its shotgun ammo for the American market at a plant in Ozark, Missouri. Founded in the 1870s, the company continues to be owned and operated by the Fiocchi family of engineers and expert shooters. A NATO and ISO certified company, Fiocchi produces ammunition for military, law enforcement, and civilian clients and competes in all major market segments including rimfire, shotgun, rifle, and pistol. Most Fiocchi centerfire ammo sold in the US is made at the Ozark factory.

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Posted On: 2/6/2018 By: Matt

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