View Full Version : best value in 12ga buckshot in bulk
where are you all getting bigger qty of buckshot at?
Has anyone tried the RIo buck? I can get it locally for about $110/250
got to feed the beretta 1200FP :)
as well as the winchester i buy from walmart.. in a saiga 12...at 9.59 per 15 pre tax...
i think i get my rio from yourlocal guy i just have to pay shipping.....they are from ok...
Best price I've found on 00 lately:
I've shot a couple boxes of this stuff and had good luck. Coming out at about 1240fps chronographed.
really tempted to buy the rio in bulk from ableammo. very cheap right now
I picked up some Sellier & Bellot #1 buckshot in 10-round packs in the "Clearance" category on MidwayUSA's web site at a ridiculously low price for what it is. Sorry, I don't remember the cost per pack but it was very low. I think I even mentioned it at the time in one of my thread posts here on Tactical Shotguns.
i ended up buying 250 rounds of 00 Rio buck from able ammo. $99 for the ammo and $30 something shipped. not too shabby, read a few reviews and heard it was decent ammo.
hmmm, I had $90 worth of ammo in my cart and the shipping came out to $45...not sure if this is such a good deal for me considering I can get the Winchester 00 for $9.47/box locally?
they have 250 rounds for 109 about 15 ship....500 rounds 218 about 26 ship charge
so thats about 124 for 250.....walmart would be 159
per 250 pre tax...
Cabela's has estate buckshot on sale for $154.99, free shipping today with code 2wship. Also comes with free dry box. From what I have heard this load groups tight and consistent.
Haven't bought it in bulk, but the Fiocchi Low Recoil (12LE00BK) isn't very expensive and had the tightest patterns of anything I tested that didn't use the Flitecontrol/Versatite wad.
I can vouch for the quality of Sellier and Bellot and Fiocchi stuff. The Fiocchi LE stuff is very good in both OO and #4, and I have fired about 200 rounds of each through Winchester, Benelli, FN and Saiga shotguns.
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