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Sterling – 12 Gauge – #00 Buck Shot – 2.75″ – 13/16 oz. – 1330 FPS

The Sterling 12 Gauge #00 Buck Shot is a high-performance ammunition designed for shotguns. With a length of 2.75inches and a weight of 13/16 oz, it delivers a powerful impact. With a velocity of 1330 FPS, it ensures accuracy and reliability, making it an ideal choice for hunting and self-defense purposes.

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Weight
14.8 lbs
Dimensions
10 × 10 × 12 in
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Sterling is a reputable company that specializes in providing high-quality ammunition for firearms enthusiasts and professionals alike. One of their standout products is the Sterling – 12 Gauge – #00 Buck Shot – 2.75″ – 13/16 oz. – 1330 FPS. This particular ammunition is designed to deliver exceptional performance and reliability in a 12-gauge shotgun.

The Sterling – 12 Gauge – #00 Buck Shot – 2.75″ – 13/16 oz. – 1330 FPS is meticulously crafted to meet the demands of serious shooters. With a 2.75″ shell length and a weight of 13/16 oz., this ammunition offers optimal power and accuracy. The #00 Buck Shot ensures a tight and consistent spread, making it ideal for self-defense, hunting, and tactical applications.

What sets Sterling apart is their commitment to quality and precision. Each round undergoes rigorous testing and quality control measures to ensure consistent performance and reliability. With a velocity of 1330 FPS, this ammunition delivers impressive speed and energy upon impact.

Whether you are a seasoned shooter or a novice, Sterling’s 12 Gauge – #00 Buck Shot – 2.75″ – 13/16 oz. – 1330 FPS is a trusted choice that guarantees superior performance and results. With Sterling, you can have confidence in your ammunition, knowing that it is designed to meet the highest standards of excellence.

Questions and answers of the customers

    i'm assuming that these shells contain 9 projectiles. is this correct?
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    Q i'm assuming that these shells contain 9 projectiles. is this correct? answer now
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    Yes sir! You are correct.