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10 Rounds of 12ga Ammo by Sellier & Bellot - 1 ounce Slug

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Cartridge – 12 Gauge
Bullet Type – 2-1/2" 1oz Slug
Quantity - 10 Shells
Manufacturer - Sellier & Bellot
Origin – Czech Republic
Suitable for – Self-Defense


This low-recoil 12 gauge shotgun ammo from Sellier & Bellot is particularly notable for its use of a 2-1/2" length, which increases the magazine capacity of most tactical shotguns by one. Designed for fast follow-up shots, these shells use a reduced power load that propels the one ounce slug at 1,050 feet per second, more than enough for short-range hunting and self defense purposes.

Due to its relatively light loading, this ammunition is not designed for semiautomatic weapons. It should be used only in pump-action and other manually operated shotguns.
These shells come in boxes of 10 and are manufactured by Czech-based Sellier & Bellot, one of the world's oldest ammunition companies.

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