12 gauge buckshot is a popular round both for deer hunting as well as personal defense. In a general sense, you'll find buckshot loaded with 4 to 8 large pellets that are typically a little larger than .25-inches in diameter. A revered choice for defending your home, 12 gauge buckshot ammunition can be devastating, especially when fired at close range. We work to carry a big selection of both 2 3/4" and 3" buckshot. (Please browse our 3" buckshot here). Look for 2 3/4" buckshot for sale below from trusted brands that have been delivering results in the field and security to American homeowners for years:

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  1. 250rds – 12 Gauge Nobel Sport Italia Law Enforcement Low Recoil 2-3/4" 9-Pellet 00 Buckshot Ammo 250rds – 12 Gauge Nobel Sport Italia Law Enforcement Low Recoil 2-3/4" 9-Pellet 00 Buckshot Ammo

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Recent 2 3/4" BUCKSHOT Reviews

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    One of the most accurate 00 Buckshot rounds I have ever used. I highly recommend this round if you are considering a shotgun as a Home Defense weapon.
    Jeff Smiddy on 250rds - 12 Ga. Hornady TAP FPD 00 Buckshot Ammo
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    Nasty stuff. This is some uncivilized buckshot. First of all it has a hell of a kick which in a semi-auto is not a bad thing. My gun is very ammo-sensitive but this stuff cycled perfectly. It is also loud and put out some serious smoke. The pattern spread at 50 yards was a little loose, right in the middle between sloppy and tight. I like it for home defense purposes, especially at the price. My only complaint is that the 2 3/4" shells are a little long, so a tube magazine that normally holds five 2 3/4" shells will only hold 4.
    Marlon Weingrad on 250rds - 12 Gauge NobelSport LE 2 3/4 12 Pellet 00 Buckshot Ammo
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    My order came extremely fast and everything was correct.
    JJ on 25rds – 12 Gauge Fiocchi 2-3/4" 9 Pellet 00 Buckshot Ammo
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    I've been a Remington guy for over 40 years. In fact I've never hunted with a slug or rifle. However when I saw the tac 8 I have to admit I was hesitant so I only bought two boxes just to see how they would pattern in my particular shotgun. When hunting with buckshot you to be very diciplined when taking your shot , know your gun and how it patterns and just hunt like you bow hunt. I don't hunt with anything fancy , just a fox double barrel Sterling edition....it's never let me down. Folks say "buckshot just doesn't have the power"....last year I shot a 215lb 6point at 32 yards and all 8 pellets made a complete pass through... needless to say I was very surprised. I've tried the federal flight control and it's good stuff , but so is the tac 8. So if your a die-hard buckshot guy give it a try....you just may be surprised.
    Donny on 5rds – 12 Gauge Remington Express TAC 8 2-3/4" 8-Pellet 00 Buckshot Ammo