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20 Gauge - 2-3/4" 7/8oz. #7.5 Shot - Fiocchi - 250 Rounds

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Quantity - 250 Rounds
Manufacturer - Fiocchi
Load - 2-3/4” 7/8oz. #7.5 Shot
Manufacturer Fiocchi
Condition New
Bullet Weight 7/8 oz.
Bullet Type #7-1/2 Shot
Quantity 250
Ammo Caliber 20 Gauge
Manufacturer SKU 20VIP75
Shot Material Lead
Shell Length 2-3/4"
Muzzle Velocity (fps) 1200
Attracts Magnet No
Use Type
Sporting Clays
Target Loads
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Maybe you don’t compete in ISSF Olympic trap. We don’t – not because we don’t have the skill, but because we didn’t renew our passports in time for the last Olympic games. But just because you don’t shoot Olympic trap doesn’t mean you’re not entitled to the same quality of ammo Olympians would fire!

Whether you’re competitive or just casual, you’ll appreciate what Fiocchi has cooked up for you right here. This purpose-built 20 Gauge shotshell packs the same 7/8 ounce charge of #7.5 lead shot champions use to dominate shooting events. Fiocchi’s lead is hard, and their pellets are screened three times to ensure each one is uniformly spherical and 0.095” in diameter. Their wads possess the hinged columns they require to mitigate the effects of recoil energy. That keeps the shot pellets from becoming too deformed to pattern narrowly, and also minimizes how hard your shotgun can buck your shoulder.

Fiocchi loads these rounds with powder that minimizes fouling, and which also burns at a rate that further reduces felt recoil. Responsive target primers mean no clay gets a pass, and reloadable hulls create even better value. Made in Missouri!
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