The Italians know shotguns and Fiocchi knows shotgun ammo. Fiocchi uses premium components even in their price point loads which offer consistent patterning. This 7-1/2 load is great for shooting skeet, trap, or sporting clays. Fiocchi ammunition has a proud heritage and is still owned and operated by the Fiocchi family. Carlo Fiocchi is a big time shooter helping him to know the needs of shooters and to optimize the quality of their ammunition. As Carlo says, "when your name is on the box you have to stand behind every round you sell."
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Q: Are these slugs, bird or buck shot ?
Posted On: 10/10/2022
By: Yasser Halum
A: Thanks for reaching out Yasser! This shell is loaded with #7.5 birdshot. When a shell is loaded with a slug, its projectile is identified as such. When it is loaded with buckshot, its projectiles are referred to as 000, 00, 0, #1, #2, #3 or #4 buckshot (or just "buck"). When a shotshell's projectiles are birdshot, it is simply referred to as "shot". Birdshot is typically available in sizes F through #9, although even smaller pellet diameters are available. Wikipedia provides a fairly comprehensive overview of all the different buckshot and birdshot sizes if you would like to have a look: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shotgun_shell#Shot_sizes
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