|Bullet Weight||1-1/8 oz|
|Bullet Type||#7-1/2 Shot|
|Use Type||Target Loads, Upland Game|
|Ammo Caliber||12 Gauge|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||1250|
|Cost Per Round||36.0¢ per round|
These shells are designed to break clay targets and can work well against upland birds and small game as well. They lack the penetration needed for self-defense against human assailants, a job better suited to buckshot.
Fiocchi ammunition is loaded in one of two places: Lecco, Italy and Ozark, Missouri. The Ozark plant produces the majority of Fiocchi ammo sold in the US, especially shotshells like these. Fiocchi of America has operated in the the US since the 1980s, but gained most of its market share in the past decade with founding family member Carlo Fiocchi at the helm.