100 Rounds of 12ga Ammo by Baschieri & Pellagri - 2-3/4" 1 1/5 ounce 00 Buck

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Ammo Overview

Quantity - 10 rounds per box; 10 boxes per case
Manufacturer - Baschieri & Pellagri
Load - 2 3/4" 1 1/5 oz. 00 Buck 9P


Premium buckshot at mid-range (or even “value”) prices: 100 rounds of high-end, high velocity 9 pellet 00 Buckshot loads wrapped in a simple but elegant wrapper. This is a versatile load however: don’t let the elegant wrapper fool you. The load delivers 9 pellets on target exiting the muzzle at 1400 FPS and out of a 2 ¾” shell.

The Baschieri & Pellagri factory in Bologna, Italy has been producing quality sporting ammunition for more than 130 years. The company is exactly what you imagine when you think of custom sporting shotguns in Italy; a regional maker that produces components in house and controls quality across the entire timeline of their production.

Total quality control and powder manufacturing give B&P the necessary components to deliver excellent value to new markets. Hence: their more aggressive entry into the massive U.S. shotgun shooting market. If their legacy denotes anything about their staying power, though, Baschieri & Pellagri is sure to see long-term success in the USA.

The price point of this buckshot gives you a very versatile load (hunting/home defense/sporting) at a steal. The 100 round case features 10 boxes of 10 rounds each. Suitable in semi auto, pump or single/double shotguns capable of handling a 2 ¾” shell.

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Posted On: 5/24/2016 By: Jeff Hess

A: Hello Jeff! This specific ammunition is loaded with a brass that is 20mm tall. This would be considered their high brass as their other loads use a 8mm tall brass.

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