|Bullet Weight||1-1/8 oz|
|Bullet Type||#8 Shot|
|Ammo Caliber||12 Gauge|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||1250|
|Cost Per Round||64.0¢ per round|
This shell is loaded with the heaviest shot column the Amateur Trapshooting Association permits, and as #8 shot it’s perfectly sized for a wide range of target shooting disciplines. The small pellets serve up a good range and pattern, but they still count on the shooter’s skill to get the job done right.
Fiocchi’s shot is cast from lead hard and screened to uniform dimensions. Their plastic wad collapses slightly in the middle during ignition to take a good amount of the nip out of recoil, and efficiently separates from the shot column to promote an even denser pattern.
The Fiocchi family runs their company from their home country of Italy, but they make their shotshells right here in America. Missourians made sure every shell in this box offers a consistent recoil impulse and pattern density by giving them uniform charges of fast-burning powder, as well as primers that fire up right on cue.