|Bullet Weight||Not Applicable|
|Bullet Type||#7-1/2 Shot|
|Ammo Caliber||12 Gauge|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||1350|
|Cost Per Round||64.0¢ per round|
This shell’s column of #7.5 shot weighs 24 grams. (We put it in ounces because we don’t like the metric system all that much here in the Land of the Free.) So lightweight a charge of shot generates relatively little recoil when fired, which gives shooters a big advantage when they’re trying to hit two clays in rapid succession, one after the other. But this shell’s fast 1,350 fps muzzle velocity also offers an edge as you’re trying to strike fast-flying targets without leading very much with your aim.
This shell’s shot contains high antimony. That robs lead of a little bit of density, but it also hardens it a great deal to help it resist deformation during ignition. High antimony lead hits clay hard to ensure a clean shatter as well.
This 12 Gauge ammo is noncorrosive, with clean-burning powder to keep a shotgun in better shape. Fiocchi’s high density wad helps high antimony shot pattern even more tightly, and their hulls are good for reloading.