|Bullet Weight||1-1/8 oz|
|Bullet Type||#9 Shot|
|Ammo Caliber||12 Gauge|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||1165|
|Cost Per Round||54.0¢ per round|
Each shell is topped off with 1-1/8 ounces of shot, which is generally the maximum amount of shot acceptable for competitive target shooting. #9 shot is about as small as shot gets, which is perfect when you want a thick pattern but don’t need enough power to actually kill anything – just pulverize a piece of clay.
Fiocchi’s chilled lead shot contains about two percent antimony, which is just enough to harden it without needlessly reducing its density. And you want that density for greater downrange momentum as you’re taking aim at fast-moving targets!
Fiocchi’s American made shotshells don’t just contain lead shot. These shells’ consistent wads deliver predictable patterns and ballistics so you needn’t expect any surprises after you’ve pulled the trigger. Their low residue propellant and non-corrosive primers won’t demand rigorous cleaning once the game is over, and their hulls are a great pick for handloading.