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Sellier & Bellot Ammo is a Czech ammunition manufacturer located in Vlasim. Started in 1825 by a French man manufacturing percussion caps for firearms to be used by the French infantry, Sellier & Bellot Ammo is one of the oldest companies in the world!
Along with holding a strong position in the Czech market, Sellier & Bellot also has an impressive presence in Europe and other international markets. By continuing to invest heavily in research and development over the years, Sellier & Bellot has expanded its product line to include shot shells, centrefire and rimfire cartridges, handgun ammunition, and many other firearms related products.
With the goal to develop and market the highest quality ammunition to the military, law enforcement and commercial markets worldwide, Sellier & Bellot continues to grow with every round sold. If you're looking for a big brand name ammo that offers precision and accuracy, give Sellier & Bellot a try!
Sellier & Bellot Ammo is manufactured in Vlasim, Czech Republic.
As seen on Sellier & Bellot Ammo's website:
Review by Jace
I purchased a case for use in my Kriss Vector. It arrived the next day. What is not to love, it is high quality ammo at a very reasonable price, with outstanding service! I could not be more pleased.
(Posted on March 14, 2020)Review of 45 ACP - 230 Grain JHP - Sellier & Bellot - 1000 Rounds
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Review by Tom
You guys are the best! Ordered ammo on a Monday and received it on Wednesday! Hard to beat that service! I’ll be back!
(Posted on March 11, 2020)Review of 9mm - 124 gr FMJ - Sellier & Bellot - 1000 Rounds
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Best Ammo, Best Value
Review by Shelley J
Been shooting this load and bullet weight from Sellier & Bellot for a couple if years with no problems. Glock, Smith & Wesson, Sig, and H&K all with zero trouble and minimum recoil. Only ammo I buy in bulk.
(Posted on March 10, 2020)Review of 9mm - 124 gr FMJ - Sellier & Bellot - 1000 Rounds
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excellent budget 9mm ammo i've shot so far
Review by ryan
never heard of or used S&B it's not sold locally here in the part of CT I live in and a while back its was on sale in January so I decided to give it a shot since most gun shops in my area don't carry 124 grain 9mm. And honestly I was shocked on how small the 1k of rounds came in i'm used to bigger boxes just for 500 rounds when I bought ammo from cabelas or a few years back before dicks went anti gun. Took all 1k of ammo out inspected it all was good a few boxes a little bit beat up which is standard but all the 9mm was fine I checked every single round and yesterday 02/21/2020 I shot all 1k rounds and let me tell you this ammo blew me away honestly all 1k rounds fired with the no issues out of my star m43 which usually gives me trouble since it's picky as hell with ammo and mainly my now broken in CZp10c. The ammo burned very clean and left very little residue which I never had before most ammo's I've put through my guns leave quite a bit of unburnt powder this S&B left significantly less powder than what I'm used to seeing I honestly can't go back to blazer or anyone for bulk ammo after my first and amazing experience with S&B I will only shoot S&B when I can afford to buy bulk again well worth the money and quality was amazing of the ammo and the performance as well I will order more through lucky gunner again
(Posted on February 22, 2020)Review of 9mm - 124 gr FMJ - Sellier & Bellot - 1000 Rounds
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Review by Marco c
This ammo is good quality. There was some low powder rounds . First time buying. Reloading the spent casings was easy and are a great value.will order again good target ammo. Not for defense. But can reload to your preferences. Thanks . Marco.c Idaho
(Posted on February 19, 2020)Review of 7.62x39 - 123 Grain FMJ - Sellier & Bellot - 600 Rounds
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Shot well will probably buy again
Review by KAN
I bought this product because of the price point, brass casings and the review on Lucky Gunner. Most ranges I shoot at only allow brass. Between my Ruger LC9 and Sig P320 I've fired about 500 rounds. I've had no issues or concerns. It shoots as accurately as I can aim. I also appreciate the smaller packaging. The boxes take up less room in my bag so I can take more with me. I will be buying more soon.
(Posted on February 12, 2020)Review of 9mm - 115 Grain FMJ - Sellier & Bellot - 1000 Rounds
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Lucky Gunner is awesome, and the ammo is too!
Review by Gregory
I have used this ammo for awhile, but local sellers had quit carrying it. It may not be NATO spec, but is pretty dang close. I had never heard of Lucky Gunner until a co-worker pointed me in their direction. I gotta say, unless it’s an ammo emergency, I’ll buy my “boolits” from Lucky Gunner from now on. Ordered 1000 rounds of the S&B 9mm, and 500 round of 5.56 late Sunday night. The FedEx dude rang my doorbell at 0900 this morning. Thank you
(Posted on February 11, 2020)Review of 9mm - 124 gr FMJ - Sellier & Bellot - 1000 Rounds
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Review by DannyV
Very good customer Service. Ammo shipped fast. Best 9mm ammo I’ve shot. Very clean.
(Posted on February 11, 2020)Review of 9mm - 124 Grain JHP - Sellier & Bellot - 1000 Rounds
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As good as it gets!
Review by 509nut
I love this ammo! Just wanted to get that out of the way right off. My top reason aside from the what every review always says about accuracy which I find more about trigger control is that this is a very clean burning ammo. Way better than any of the popular and expensive brands. All brass casings also help as inexpensive ammo goes. Feeds flawlessly and the price is right. What else can we ask for? Note I’ve been using S & B for nearly 2 decades back when it was deeply maligned for being low priced.
(Posted on February 9, 2020)Review of 9mm - 115 Grain FMJ - Sellier & Bellot - 1000 Rounds
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Excellent range rounds.
Review by Midwest Rookie
The ammo was delivered in a non descript box that protected the contents well. Can’t be the price. After 100 rounds not a single issue. Ideal for shooting at the range. Will but again.
(Posted on February 8, 2020)Review of 9mm - 124 gr FMJ - Sellier & Bellot - 1000 Rounds
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very good product
Review by william
will continue to use this brand
(Posted on February 8, 2020)Review of 9mm - 115 Grain FMJ - Sellier & Bellot - 1000 Rounds
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Review by Woodz
Price is great,
Shipping was fast.
Ammo is top quality.
(Posted on February 5, 2020)Review of 6.5 Creedmoor - 140 gr FMJBT - Sellier & Bellot - 20 Rounds
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Great ammo for the range
Review by jjadventure
I tend to prefer Blazer Brass for my range ammo and buy in bulk when the price is right. After all the reviews I decided to give Sellier and Bellot a chance. I tend to buy nice guns so I shy away from the unknown. I found S&B to be very similar to Blazer for accuracy and quality. After 200 rounds, no issues through my M17 or CZ Scorpion Evo. This is now one of my "go to" brands for 9MM range ammo.
(Posted on February 5, 2020)Review of 9mm - 115 Grain FMJ - Sellier & Bellot - 1000 Rounds
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Review by Dave
Quality rds. @ a reasonable price.Thanks LG...l'll be back for more.
(Posted on February 4, 2020)Review of 9mm - 124 gr FMJ - Sellier & Bellot - 1000 Rounds
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S&B actual #2 Buck .270 caliber pellet load
Review by Trav
Unlike other manufactures who tell slight industry lies.....cough cough fibs that is, S&B will not practice this nasty industry practice and instead offers you the customer and actual 20 gauge buckshot worthy of us in self defense shotguns or for hunting. Industry standard 20 gauge load in 2 3/4" inch or shorter shells for #2 Buck size pellets ( .270 cal ) has always been layers of 3 pellet per layer over felt wad with or with out buffer plastic grains. 12 pellets of #2 buck is 7/8 oz standard 20 gauge load and similar in felt recoil to a 7/8 oz AA Trap load. Other manufactures offer a so called #1 Buck loaded 9 pellets but oddly those pellets stacked in 3 pellet layer.........mnnnnnnn .30 caliber wont even fit 3 pellets to a layer in a 20 gauge shell hull over a fiber wad even.....what could those manufactures mean by #1 Buckshot then?????? Well that's the gimmick y'all they can use .285 caliber pellets and by Industry laws it's allowed to be called #1 or even #00 buck due to a little + or - 3 calibers per industry variance limits. So all the other brands loading a 9 pellet #1 Buck at 1400 FPS ......Shhhhhhhhh it's not really #1 Buck at all it's basically #2 Buckshot pretending to be #1 Buckshot and why sling 9 #2 Buckshot when you can sling 12 of them at a slightly slower 1150-1175 FPS velocity.
So remember if it stacks in layers of 3 pellets to a layer in 20 gauge it's #2 Buckshot........don't fall for lies make them tell you the truth with your wallet. After all it's only fair to pay for whats truthful and not just industry gimmicks. Never did hear of no #00 load in 20 gauge and there never will be.
(Posted on February 1, 2020)Review of 20 Gauge - 2-5/8" 12 Pellet #2 Buckshot - Sellier & Bellot - 25 Rounds
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