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12 Gauge - 2-3/4" 1oz. #9 Shot - NobelSport Low Recoil - 25 Rounds


(64.0¢ per round)

13 In Stock


Quantity - 25 Rounds
Manufacturer - NobelSport
Load - 2-3/4” 1oz. #9 Shot
Manufacturer NobelSport
Condition New
Bullet Weight 1 oz.
Bullet Type #9 Shot
Quantity 25
Ammo Caliber 12 Gauge
Manufacturer SKU ANSLR19
Shot Material Lead
Shell Length 2-3/4"
Muzzle Velocity (fps) 1200
Attracts Magnet No
UPC Barcode 837913000328
Cost Per Round 64.0¢ per round
Use Type
Target Loads
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Sometimes we actually enjoy a little recoil. If our 300 Weatherby Magnum hunting rifle didn’t have a some kick to it we’d feel as though we’re being robbed. But one time we don’t enjoy recoil is when we are shooting skeet. Chipping away at the soaring clays is difficult enough without muzzle flip undoing your aim following every hit!

This 12 Gauge ammo by NobelSport is made for people like us – and hopefully you as well. Its single ounce of #9 shot manages to kick relatively little as it thunders down the barrel, and it still achieves a healthy 1,250 fps muzzle velocity once it exits. That’s ideal for taking fast-moving targets without having to lead with your aim very much, and it gives such dainty shot pellets commanding energy at greater range.

NobelSport scores big in the accuracy department as well. The Italian manufacturer understands perfectly how to fortify lead with antimony, so this shell’s 585 or so shot pellets stay round as they’re propelled so violently. NobelSport’s plastic wad and clean burning explosive components promote more consistent ballistic performance as well, and their high quality hull is reloadable.

New shooters take note: This is a poor choice for self-defense unless you expect clay pigeons to break into your house.
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