Fiocchi Ammo

Fiocchi: By Shooters For Shooters

 

When Giulio Fiocchi—a bank manager in Milan, Italy—inspected a musket and blackpowder manufacturer in nearby Lecco that defaulted on a loan in 1876, he found all the right ingredients to launch Fiocchi Ammunition. The borrower was insolvent, and with little chance of paying back the funds its skilled metalworkers were about to be jobless.

 

Although armed with little gun knowledge at the time, he understood the recent introduction of metallic cartridges signaled a revolution in the firearm industry. His brother Giacomo, who had studied engineering at the University of Milan, visited the closing facility and agreed it was ideal for a company specializing in the new ammunition. Giulio’s bank floated a loan, musket production ceased and by 1877 cartridges were coming out of the factory under the Giulio Fiocchi Enterprise name.

 

Fiocchi During the World Wars

 

Giulio had 13 children and his belief in family showed with workplace benefits—a rarity at the time. By 1904 he was building employee housing and paying wages generous enough for workers to purchase the homes.

 

Women were hired long before it was accepted practice and a nursery was established for staff-members’ children. The efforts built a loyalty so deep that it’s not uncommon for an employee today to be a third- or fourth-generation member of their family working at Fiocchi.

 

The company thrived and during World War 1 Italy relied on Fiocchi to supply its military with ammunition. Carlo inherited the company in 1916 after his father, Giulio, died.

 

Then Word War II struck. Nazis occupied the factory, only to attempt its destruction once it became obvious Axis powers would be driven from Italy. The effort was thwarted by loyal employees, but the plant ultimately fell victim to Allied bombing.

 

Family members faced a difficult decision after the war—rebuild or abandon the business? They decided to pour savings into the company, virtually starting from scratch. Everything was retooled, re-machined and modernized, putting it decades ahead of many of its competitors that probably considered emerging from the global conflict unscarred an asset. Without help from the Marshall Plan, the factory rose from the ruins with the latest in technology.

 

U.S. Arrival

 

Fiocchi entered into a partnership with Smith & Wesson in the 1950s and opened a plant in Alton, IL—the company’s first entry into the United States. The firms parted ways, though, and the fabled Italian ammunition maker temporarily lost its American footing.

 

In 1983, sensing the growth of the shooting sports stateside, the company returned by establishing Fiocchi of America in Springfield, MO. They selected Missouri for its shipping-strategic central location, and the company’s ammunition was once again available in the U.S.

 

Keeping up with the tastes of enthusiasts stateside, however, proved a logistical challenge when loaded shotshells were shipped long-distance from Italy. A year and a half later, the company secured property for a new plant near Ozark, MO, where 90 percent of its American employees work today and more than 75 percent of all Fiocchi ammunition sold in the United States is assembled.

 

Wads and empty primed hulls are imported from Bashieri & Pellagriand Gualandi and Fiocchi Munizioni, respectively, but all propellant comes from U.S. sources. As for the projectiles, the company has solid working relationships with some of America’s finest.

 

Today it loads bullets from Hornady and Sierra Bullets, ensuring the kind of exterior and terminal ballistics shooters expect. Naturally, the company has a full lineup of full metal jacket cartridges for high-volume shooters, as well as other styles—even some blanks—from which to choose. Fiocchi has NATO certification, which means much of its ammo is suitable for use by all militaries in the alliance.

 

The fact that the company’s U.S. sales have increased 500 percent since 2005 speaks volumes for the quality and reliability of its products. A lot that is attributable to Fiocchi’s dedication to innovation in shotshells—where customized loads for its stable of title-holding international shotgunners often migrate into commercial offerings.

 

Fiocchi Exacta Target Shotshells

 

Look no further than Fiocchi USA’s Exacta Target Loads if you’re serious about busting clays. The company has developed the kind of shotshells that win at the International level for more than five decades, and the experience shows. They’re available in different load weights and velocities, each tailored to fit different shooter preferences and the nuances of the shotgun they shoulder.

 

The Little Rinos, for example, are 12-gauge 2 3/4-inch shotshells with a single ounce of either No. 7 1/2 or No. 8 lead shot, your choice. Regardless of the pellet size, muzzle velocity is identical at 1,250 fps. Turning the load up a notch, White Rinos—also part of the Exacta Target line—come in the same length shotshell, and feature 1 1/8-ounce loads of lead shot (same two shot sizes) that still leave the barrel at 1,250 fps. The interior contents are similar in the Crushers and Super Crushers, but muzzle velocities increase to 1,300 fps. Exacta Target loads are also available in 20-gauge and .410-bore. When a title is at stake, Fiocchi understands small tweaks can make a world of difference.

 

Fiocchi Shooting Dynamics Target Shotshells

 

This line is the official ammo of the Professional Sporting Clays Association and there’s good reason. One or 1 1/8 ounce of chilled shot rides atop a one-piece shotcup in the 12-gauge flavors, and when coupled with the company’s precision hull production, delivers the flight reliability required for high-scoring consistency. It’s also available in 20-gauge versions.

 

Fiocchi Hunting Ammo

 

The company hasn’t forgotten about hunters and offers a variety of options that include its leaded Game and Target line, Speed Steel tailored for waterfowlers, Golden Pheasant and others. Blanks and rubber buckshot ammo ideal for hazing nuisance wildlife in rural settings are also available, as well as slugs and buckshot tailored for law enforcement, home defense and hunting.

 

Fiocchi Centerfire Ammo

 

The unrivaled performance of Fiocchi America shotshells unjustly overshadows its centerfire cartridges. It offers a complete-line of full-metal-jacketed loads for high-volume shooters on a budget, but if connecting at distance is your game, take a close look at the Exacta Match offerings. They feature Sierra MatchKing Bullets and those correspondingly high ballistic coefficients. For hunting the company produces cartridges with Hornady’s famed V-Max or InterLock bullets. Self-defense enthusiasts will appreciate the hollow point loads and the renowned Hornady XTP (eXtreme Terminal Performance) version. There’s something for everyone, whether you’re a hunter, carry concealed or enjoy ringing steel at 1,000 meters.

 

Fiocchi is still a family-owned and operated business to this day.

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  1. Fiocchi 9mm 115 Grain FMJ – 1000 Rounds

    $489.85

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    Manufacturer Fiocchi
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 115 Grain
    Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
    Use Type plinking at the range
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 1000
    Ammo Caliber 9mm Luger (9x19)
    Manufacturer SKU 9AP
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 762344860008
    Cost Per Round 49.0¢ per round

    Fiocchi ammunition is always a safe bet for your shooting needs. This range load is a great replacement for expensive hollow points when you're slaying paper targets. It fires a light 115 grain full metal jacket (FMJ) bullet at a muzzle velocity of 1,200 feet per second, slightly faster than other standard pressure loads; the FMJ projectiles use brass jackets rather than copper in order to maintain stability with the increased velocity and are proven to produce accuracy worthy of competitive use.

    Most Fiocchi ammunition sold in the US is loaded in Ozark, Missouri with the balance being imported from Lecco, Italy. Fiocchi has been in business since the 19th century and has taken off in a big way in the US in the last several years due to the reasonable price and impressive quality of its ammo.

    These cartridges use non-corrosive Boxer primers and reloadable brass cases. Each case contains 1,000 rounds--perfect for bulk savings.

    Customer Reviews

    As usual the experience was great. Making the order and arranging the shipping went quickly. I have been using the Fiocchi since it came on the market with great results.

    Wideners is a great place to shop and the Fiocchi brand is a great performer.

    Review by Lee (Posted on 4/8/2020)

    Shoots straight everytime

    I live 10 miles from where this ammo is made but that doesn't affect my review. I want ammo that doesn't jam or miss fire and is cheap to use at the range having fun. To sum it up, this ammo is all of that and more. Buy it, you won't regret it.

    Review by Jim3000gt (Posted on 11/28/2019)

    Great range/practice ammo

    I have shot thousands of rounds of this ammo and I don't recall any issues. Seems to burn clean and hits what I aim at.

    Review by Eric (Posted on 9/25/2019)

    just get them

    they work with out difference in each fire. they are pleasing to look at they work nuff said

    Review by shoot em (Posted on 6/2/2019)

    Very clean, accurate, reliable ammo!!!

    Fiocchi ammo has always been, & I hope & expect, will always be, great, clean, accurate, reliable ammo for me. Their brass is great for reloading as well!!! You can trust this ammo to get the job done, whether target practice, or an action pistol match!!!

    Review by Mark (Posted on 6/13/2016)

  2. Fiocchi Heavy Target Shooting Dynamics 12 Gauge 2-3/4" 1-1/8 oz. #8 – 250 Rounds

    $139.85

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    Manufacturer Fiocchi
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 1-1/8 oz.
    Bullet Type #8 Shot
    Use Type trapshooting and busting up clays
    Quantity 250
    Ammo Caliber 12 Gauge
    Manufacturer SKU 12SD18H8
    Shot Material Lead
    Shell Length 2-3/4"
    UPC Barcode 762344852836
    Cost Per Round 55.9¢ per round

    Start your season off right with a 250-round case of 12 gauge target shells made by a company you can trust. Fiocchi has been in business since 1876 and has long been a supporter of modern shooting sports both in Europe and in the United States. As such, these loads are supported by decades of experience but tailored to contemporary specifications using high-grade components like factory-rolled brass heads, protective plastic hulls, and recoil-reducing wad and powder combinations.

    Each shell contains 1-1/8 ounces of #8 lead shot which is commonly used for medium-range clay work at club ranges and matches. With an extended hull length of 2-3/4 inches, these shells are compatible with the widest range of 12 gauge shotguns available. This lends optimum performance to top-shelf sporting and fouling pieces but allows tactical-class shotguns to enjoy the fun as well. This case breaks down into ten 25-round boxes for convenient storage and distribution.

  3. Fiocchi Shooting Dynamics 40 S&W 170 Grain FMJ-TC - 50 Rounds

    $29.85

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    Manufacturer Fiocchi
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 170 Grain
    Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
    Use Type indoor range shooting, match or precision shooting, plinking at the range
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 50
    Ammo Caliber 40 Smith & Wesson
    Manufacturer SKU 40SWA
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 762344001074
    Cost Per Round 59.7¢ per round

    You can get the reliable ammunition you need for all of your training and target shooting by ordering this box from Fiocchi. These cartridges will give you 170-grain .40 S&W cartridges that use a full metal jacket design. They are excellent for precise, consistent shooting at the range, allowing you to place accurate shots over a full afternoon of training. With a few of these 50-round boxes, you’ll be all set for the range.

    These rounds have a muzzle velocity of 1,020 feet per second, giving you plenty of performance from start to finish. They are accurate and effective, with smooth feeding and less fouling in the barrel.

    Fiocchi is an Italian ammunition company with a history that dates back to the Napoleonic era. They have been serving American gun owners since the 1950’s, when they built a manufacturing facility in Illinois. They have a full selection of options for many different firearms.

  4. Fiocchi 20 Gauge 2-3/4" 7/8 oz. #8 – 25 Rounds

    $16.55

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    Manufacturer Fiocchi
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 7/8 oz.
    Bullet Type #8 Shot
    Use Type target practice and clay shooting
    Quantity 25
    Ammo Caliber 20 Gauge
    Manufacturer SKU 20VIPH8
    Shot Material Lead
    Shell Length 2-3/4"
    UPC Barcode 762344704753
    Cost Per Round 66.2¢ per round

    An excellent 20 Gauge load manufactured by Fiocchi that promises excellent performance and reliable feeding/extraction round after round. These are new 2-3/4" shells loaded with Lead shot, you'll have 25 rounds ready for your next target practice and clay shooting.

  5. 45 ACP - 230 Grain FMJ - Fiocchi - 50 Rounds

    $35.85

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    Manufacturer Fiocchi
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 230 Grain
    Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
    Use Type plinking at the range
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 50
    Ammo Caliber 45 ACP (Auto)
    Manufacturer SKU 45A
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 762344001166
    Cost Per Round 71.7¢ per round

    If you are looking for high-quality target-shooting ammunition for your .45 ACP handgun, this 50-round box from Fiocchi is a smart purchase. You’ll have 230-grain bullets that use a full metal jacket design, allowing for smooth cycling and less fouling in the barrel. They have the accuracy and consistency you need for a full day of target shooting, making you a better gun owner.

    These .45 ACP rounds give you reliable performance from the barrel to the target. They have a muzzle velocity of 860 feet per second, giving the FMJ projectile a muzzle energy of 378 foot-pounds. This means consistent knock-down power for target shooting and elite competitions.

    Fiocchi has a history that dates back to the Napoleonic era, but this company is now a modern producer of modern and advanced ammunition products. While the company is based out of Italy, they have served American gun owners through facilities in Illinois and other U.S. locations.

  6. Fiocchi Extrema 223 Rem 40 Grain Polymer Tip V-MAX - 1000 Rounds

    $789.85

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    Manufacturer Fiocchi
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 40 Grain
    Bullet Type V-MAX
    Use Type varmint hunting
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 1000
    Ammo Caliber 223 Remington
    Manufacturer SKU 223HVB50
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 762344862071
    Cost Per Round 79.0¢ per round

    Got a serious pest problem? Fiocchi has a serious pest solution. This 1,000 round case of .223 Remington ammunition from Fiocchi is sure to put a stop to any varmint's plans in a hurry.

    Each cartridge in this case fires a light 40 grain Hornady V-MAX bullet at a muzzle velocity of 3,650 feet per second. The V-MAX is a polymer tipped, jacketed hollow point projectile that delivers rapid fragmentation for a quick kill against small animals.

    Fiocchi of America is based in Ozark, Missouri and produces a wide variety of ammo that makes up the bulk of Fiocchi products sold in the US. Hornady bullets are made in Grand Island, Nebraska. This ammunition uses non-corrosive primers and reloadable brass cases.

  7. Fiocchi 32 ACP 73 Grain FMJ - 50 Rounds

    $40.85

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    Manufacturer Fiocchi
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 73 Grain
    Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
    Use Type plinking at the range
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 50
    Ammo Caliber 32 Auto (ACP)
    Manufacturer SKU 32AP
    Primer Type Boxer
    UPC Barcode 762344001494
    Cost Per Round 81.7¢ per round

    Whether your concealed carry of choice is a Walther PPK, Kel-Tec P-32, Beretta Tomcat or other .32 ACP handgun, this range ammunition from Fiocchi can help you train in a cost-effective manner.

    Each cartridge in this box of 50 propels a 73 grain full metal jacket bullet to a muzzle velocity of 1,000 feet per second.

    Fiocchi ammo is loaded in both the USA and Italy and uses non-corrosive Boxer primers and brass cases. Fiocchi of America is located in Ozark, Missouri and produces cartridges of all types.

    Customer Reviews

    Great Quality

    Great Quality and Super Fast Service

    Review by Terry (Posted on 7/19/2020)

    Ammo came quick and was high quality

    Widener's .32 ammo was cheaper than all the competitors, was of high quality, and shipped within hours. I will be buying from Widener's from now on!

    Review by Anon (Posted on 7/15/2020)

  8. Fiocchi 45 ACP 230 Grain JHP – 50 Rounds

    $42.85

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    Manufacturer Fiocchi
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 230 Grain
    Bullet Type Jacketed Hollow-Point (JHP)
    Use Type home defense
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 50
    Ammo Caliber 45 ACP (Auto)
    Manufacturer SKU 45T500
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 762344701462
    Cost Per Round 85.7¢ per round

    Fiocchi is an Italian manufacturer with over a century of experience alongside a reputation for crafting ammo for law enforcement agencies and competitive shooting teams both in the United States and all over Europe. The majority of their American-sold ammo is made in the U.S. as well, allowing them to tailor the ammo with direct feedback and utilize classic Western components for dependable performance. In this .45 ACP loads, parts include non-corrosive Boxer primers fitted to reloadable brass casings that carry clean-burning powder.

    As a self-defense cartridge, the round is topped a JHP (jacketed hollow point) projectile which features a deep cavity and precisely skived copper jacket for reliable expansion as well as a gently sloping ogive for smooth feeding in semi-automatic handguns and carbines. A projectile weight of 230 grains matches the majority of trusted .45 Auto configurations and familiar cycling characteristics alongside subsonic muzzle velocity for suppressed home-defense pistols. Upon impact with a threat, the heavyweight projectile will experience an expansive increase in diameter, causing it to throw more energy into the target and create a more effective wound cavity while losing its potential for lethal over-penetration.

  9. Fiocchi 223 Rem 40 Grain Polymer Tip V-MAX - 50 Rounds

    Regular Price: $55.85

    Special Price: $45.85

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    Manufacturer Fiocchi
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 40 Grain
    Bullet Type V-MAX
    Use Type plinking at the range, varmint hunting
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 50
    Ammo Caliber 223 Remington
    Manufacturer SKU 223HVB50
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 762344706597
    Cost Per Round 91.7¢ per round

    Varmint hunters will appreciate the lethality of this .223 Remington ammunition from Fiocchi. These cartridges come in boxes of 50 and offer reliable yet cost-effective performance.

    Each round in this box fires an extra-light 40 grain Hornady V-MAX hollow point bullet. The V-MAX is a polymer-tipped varmint bullet designed to fragment rapidly for a quick kill against coyotes, groundhogs, rabbits, and other pest animals.

    This ammunition is loaded in Ozark, Missouri using non-corrosive Boxer primers and reloadable brass cases.

  10. Fiocchi Rifle Shooting Dynamics 308 Winchester 150 Grain FMJ-BT - 200 Rounds

    $229.85

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    Manufacturer Fiocchi
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 150 Grain
    Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
    Use Type plinking at the range
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 200
    Ammo Caliber 308 Winchester (7.62X51)
    Manufacturer SKU 308A
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 762344861524
    Cost Per Round $1.15 per round

    Long-range target shooters will enjoy the accurate performance of this .308 Winchester ammunition from Fiocchi. These cartridges fire a flat-shooting 150 grain full metal jacket bullet at 2,890 feet per second. The bullet is boat tailed and exhibits excellent stability in flight with strong resistance to crosswinds.

    While not completely identical to the 7.62 NATO cartridge, this ammunition can be safely loaded and fired in 7.62 NATO mil-spec rifles like the M-14, FAL, and AR-10. Each box contains 200 cartridges.

    Fiocchi ammunition is loaded in the USA and Italy and uses non-corrosive Boxer primers and reloadable brass cases. Although the company does not produce ammo for the US military, it does fulfill many defense contracts with American allies in Europe.

  11. Fiocchi 32 S&W Long 100 Grain Lead Wadcutter - 50 Rounds

    $59.85

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    Manufacturer Fiocchi
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 100 Grain
    Bullet Type Lead Wadcutter
    Use Type plinking at the range
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 50
    Ammo Caliber 32 Smith & Wesson Long
    Manufacturer SKU 32LA
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 762344002019
    Cost Per Round $1.20 per round

    An excellent choice if you're in search of a great 32 Smith & Wesson Long round for plinking at the range. This New Fiocchi ammo comes loaded with a 100 Grain Lead Wadcutter along with a Boxer primer that's loaded in a Brass case. With this package, you'll receive 50 rounds ready to fire. Plus, you know it'll come fast from our warehouse to your door because we know shooting ammo is a lot more fun than looking at it online or waiting on delivery!

  12. Fiocchi 300 AAC Blackout 150 Grain FMJ-BT - 50 Rounds

    $64.85

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    Manufacturer Fiocchi
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 150 Grain
    Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket Boat Tail (FMJ-BT)
    Use Type plinking at the range
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 50
    Ammo Caliber 300 AAC Blackout
    Manufacturer SKU 300BLKC
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 762344711010
    Cost Per Round $1.30 per round

    This .300 AAC ammunition from Fiocchi is a great choice for range use. Each cartridge in this box of 50 fires a 150 grain full metal jacket bullet at a supersonic muzzle velocity of 1,925 feet per second. While this velocity creates a sonic "crack" that suppressors commonly used with this caliber cannot eliminate, it also gives the round better extended-range performance.

    Fiocchi ammunition sold in the US is mostly loaded in Ozark, Missouri, with the balance being imported from Lecco, Italy.

    This ammo uses non-corrosive Boxer primers and reloadable brass cases.

  13. Fiocchi Exacta MatchKing 223 Rem 69 Grain HP-BT – 20 Rounds

    $27.85

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    Manufacturer Fiocchi
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 69 Grain
    Bullet Type Hollow-Point Boat Tail (HP-BT)
    Use Type match or precision shooting, varmint hunting
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 20
    Ammo Caliber 223 Remington
    Manufacturer SKU 223MKC
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 762344704166
    Cost Per Round $1.39 per round

    The 223 Remington has been around for over fifty years and has been one of the most popular rounds in the Western World since it was introduced during the Vietnam War. Whether you are looking to bring down big game, eradicate varmints, defend yourself, or compete in a shooting match, the 223 Remington is just the proven, lightweight, high speed, incredibly accurate round you are looking for.

    Fiocchi is the oldest firearms and ammunition manufacturer in Italy and is still owned and run by the same family that founded it back in 1876, producing some of the best guns and ammo in the world. These Fiocchi Exacta rounds come with Sierra MatchKing bullets, which fly more accurately than nearly any other round on the market. Firing at 2735 feet per second, these 69 grain, hollow point boat tail, brass cased, boxer primed rounds give you the phenomenal accuracy, increased speed and range, and fantastic trajectory you need to help you win your next competition.

  14. Fiocchi 308 150 Grain PSP – 20 Rounds

    Fiocchi 308 150 Grain PSP – 20 Rounds

    $35.85

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    Manufacturer Fiocchi
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 150 Grain
    Bullet Type Pointed Soft-Point (PSP)
    Use Type hunting whitetail deer
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 20
    Ammo Caliber 308 Winchester (7.62X51)
    Manufacturer SKU 308B
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 762344705637
    Cost Per Round $1.79 per round

    Give yourself a taste of Italian quality with Fiocchi's hunting ammunition and later you're be tasting venison and hog meat cooked any way that you like. These .308 Winchester rounds feature pointed soft point (PSP) projectiles which feature a lead core, sleek copper jacket, and tapered lead tip. Like conventional soft points, these rounds promote wide expansion during entry into a game animal but without any sacrifice in drag resistance due to the pointed nose. This tip design also allows for deeper penetration past thick gristle and breast bones for more efficient energy transfer to the target. A toothed cannelure at the median of the PSP serves as a crimp point and prevents both setback before firing as well as jacket separation upon impact.

    At 150 grains, this .308 caliber projectile matches that of various other options, including some 7.62x51mm loads, for consistent recoil and drop compensation at long range. Fiocchi loads the PSP bullet into a reloadable brass casing which is filled with clean-burning powder and equipped with a non-caustic Boxer primer that won't spew corrosive mercury all over your favorite hunting rifle. Fiocchi has been around since 1876 and produces some of the most respected ammunition in Europe. In the United States, their products are revered for affordable pricing and excellent results by hunters, 3-Gun competitors, and recreational hobbyists.

  15. Fiocchi 30-06 150 Grain SP-BT - 20 Rounds

    $54.85

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    Manufacturer Fiocchi
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 150 Grain
    Bullet Type Soft-Point Boat Tail (SP-BT)
    Use Type hunting big game, hunting boar, hunting whitetail deer
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 20
    Ammo Caliber 30-06
    Manufacturer SKU 3006B
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 762344709086
    Cost Per Round $2.74 per round

    The 30-06 has been around since 1906 and was developed by Springfield Arms. Used by the United States Military for decades, this cartridge is now very popular for hunting and match shooting.

    Since 1876, Fiocchi has been owned and managed by the same family that founded it, creating each product with precision and care. Headquartered in Lecco, Italy, Fiocchi also has a manufacturing facility located in Ozark, Missouri that produces most of the ammo sold in the USA.

    These Fiocchi Rifle rounds feature 150 grain soft point boat tail bullets that are pressed into boxer primed brass cases. Firing at 2910 feet per second, these rounds deliver rapid, controlled expansion and deep penetration making them perfect for taking thin skinned game like deer.

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