250rds - 12 Gauge Fiocchi Texas White Wing 2-3/4" 1-1/8 Ounce #7.5 Shot Ammo


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250rds - 12 Gauge Fiocchi Texas White Wing 2-3/4" 1-1/8 Ounce #7.5 Shot Ammo Details

These "Texas White Wing" loads from Fiocchi are a nod to one of the most plump and popular game birds in the midwest United States, the white-winged Dove! As such, these 12 gauge shotshells are tailored to takedown doves as well as quails, pheasants, grouse, and other upland birds. Each shell features a white, moisture-resistant hull with a decorative blue stamp of a dove in flight. The shotshells are built using a collapsing wad for recoil reduction and loaded with 1-1/8 ounces of #7.5 size lead shot pellets.

Fiocchi is Italian manufacturer that has been in business since 1876. Their headquarters in Lecco, Italy gives them access to some of the world's most famous competitive shooters and notable firearms manufacturers which lends them rapport and understanding of the shooting community that cannot be mirrored. All Fiocchi shotshells sold in the United States are proudly made in their Missouri facility which supports local economy and better meets the needs of American shooters.

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  • Bullet Weight
    1-1/8 oz.
  • Bullet Type
    #7-1/2 Shot
  • Use Type
    Upland Game
  • Quantity
  • Ammo Caliber
    12 Gauge
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  • ☆☆☆☆☆

    posted on by Joeknows

    12 ga 2 3/4 #7 1/2 @1 1/8 oz. Most stick in the chamber of my 835 UltiMag. Double ejection claws on my shotgun bolt is not enough to remove an empty hull. I used my Leatherman screw driver to pry the hull out. I use a chamber brush when cleaning my gun and don't suspect a dirty gun problem. Luckily, I had AA's, Peters and Remingtons that I shot (with no problem) for the rest of my hunt.

  • ☆☆☆☆☆

    posted on by Clay Aufleger

    I started using these shells last year. For me they are the best off the shelf dove loads I have ever used, they hold a great pattern and are very consistent. They also cycle in my 1100. Not one jam out of an entire case. The only problem is there is only one company in my area that carries them and they only get them in small quantities so you have to be at the store the day they come in or you will miss out.

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