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12 ga - 2-3/4" Lead Shot Target - Low Recoil - 1 oz - #8 - NobelSport - 250 Rounds

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Quick Overview

Quantity - 25 rounds per box; 10 boxes per case
Manufacturer - NobelSport
Load - 12 ga 2-3/4" 1 Ounce #8 Shot
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NobelSport's low recoil line of trap shells represents premium performance at an affordable cost. These shells are designed to produce less felt recoil reducing a shooter's involuntary flinching. The result...higher scores and greater accuracy.

NobelSport Italia has a proud history as Europe's oldest manufacturer of hunting and shooting powder. NobelSport is unique in that they produce all of their own components that go into the assembly of their shells in their state of the art ISO 9001 certified manufacturing facility. Additionally, this cartridge features the patented NobelSport special wad that features an internal damper for improved performance.

Additional Information

Manufacturer NobelSport
Condition New
Bullet Weight 1 oz.
Bullet Type #8 Shot
Use Type Target Loads
Quantity 250
Ammo Caliber 12 Gauge
Manufacturer SKU ANSLR18
Shot Material Lead
Shell Length 2-3/4"
Muzzle Velocity (fps) 1200
UPC Barcode 837913002308


Mike Rieker ( Mon, 11 Feb 2013 18:49:15 +0000 ) : Should be good for zombies at close range.
River Valley Charities ( Mon, 18 Feb 2013 02:49:39 +0000 ) : Is this ammo short brass?
Heidi Gunner ( Wed, 20 Feb 2013 00:43:02 +0000 ) : Hey, sorry for the delay. These shells contain 1 oz. of lead which I believe would qualify them as low brass. (It is my understanding 1 1/4 oz. is the current line between high/low brass). If that doesn't help, please just let me know how else to help!
James R Bloomfield ( Mon, 16 Sep 2013 12:43:44 +0000 ) : Worked as expected. Would buy again. Wish they had 7/8 ounce also
Robert Elrose ( Wed, 01 Oct 2014 19:22:54 +0000 ) : Heidi At Lucky Gunner I know your post is over a year old but I thought just in case anyone looking to purchase this ammo was reading these comments, I'd offer what I've learned. When talking high brass versus low brass, it isn't the weight of the projectile(s) they are referencing but the portion of the shell that holds the primer and just how far it extends over the back end of the plastic hull. Quite some time ago, that difference meant whether a round was higher or lower pressure (when fired) and is still used cosmetically to indicate the same in some factory ammunition. That weight limit of 1 1/4 oz might be what prompted the use of higher brass due to loading for more powder to push heavier projectile(s). Actually, most shells are made of steel and not brass (bust out your magnets) even though they appear as such. The only issue I've heard is that some semi-auto shotguns don't cycle reliably with some low brass ammunition. As well, I've read that break-action ejectors seem to have an easier time with low brass. As to the original question by River Valley Charities, this is low brass ammo.

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Q: My question is I have a Remington Semi- automatic 12 gauge. Do you think they would work in my weapon? I know that some European ammo is made just a little different than American. I don't want to buy them at this price and have them not work. Could you get back to me and let me know. Thanks!!!

Posted On: 8/20/13 By: Paul

A: These 12Ga rounds from Nobel Sport will safely fit and fire in your Semi-Auto shotgun. However, some shooters have found that their semi autos may be fussy with reduced recoil loads, causing a weaker reaction to the cycling of rounds. The result may include a jam of the spent round that could safely be fixed.

Customer Reviews

very nice product Review by Paulie
I would purchase this again in a heartbeat. I shot five stages out of eight in a national competition and it proved to be consistent. (Posted on 8/6/14)
shell info Review by pirate
Good breaks, low recoil, had trouble feeding in autoloader. (Posted on 6/19/14)
Flawless Review by cannonfodder
Shot all 250 through a Mossberg 590 over approx. 5-6 hours, no misfires, very low fouling considering the amount fired when I went to clean it that night. Would purchase again with confidence. (Posted on 9/30/13)

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