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AMERICAN TACTICAL 12 GA RABBIT & PHEASANT BB 2-3/4″- 25 RDS – BLACK FRIDAY SPECIAL!

AMERICAN TACTICAL 12 GA RABBIT & PHEASANT BB 2-3/4″- 25 RDS – BLACK FRIDAY SPECIAL!

$11.98

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$11.98

Manufacturer AMERICAN TACTICAL
SKU ATIACL12GBB
Caliber 12 GA
Casing PLASTIC
Ammo Condition FACTORY NEW
Shell Length 2-3/4″
Package Quantity 25 RDS
Velocity 1180
Load 1 OZ
Shot Size BB
Usage HUNTING
Availability: 100 in stock
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Description

AMERICAN TACTICAL .

12 GA

25 ROUNDS

2-3/4″ LENGTH

1180 FPS

 

 

Additional information

Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 3 × 3 × 3 in
Brand

American Tactical

Caliber

12 Gauge

Casing

Plastic

Ammo Condition

Factory New

Manufacturer

American Tactical

Number of Rounds

25

Shell Length

2 3/4"

Shot Size

BB

Count

25

MPN

ATIACL12GBB

product type

ammunition

UPC

819644022480

1 review for AMERICAN TACTICAL 12 GA RABBIT & PHEASANT BB 2-3/4″- 25 RDS – BLACK FRIDAY SPECIAL!

  1. 4 out of 5

    Pat Gratis

    This is an inexpensively manufactured Italian import 12 Ga. Rabbit And Pheasant labelled hunting ammo and in the European vein does not pack a wallop; is not a hot and heavy, exciting, load. In fact at 1,180 FPS with only a 1 oz. payload this is a squib by American standards and light by European. It has 1/3rd less energy than the long-discontinued Rem Express BB “swan shot” rounds from back in the day the Army fielded in Vietnam, 45% less than a 3″ nickel-plated Hornady Magnum Coyote round, and even 12.5% less than the same speed 1-1/8 oz. Sellier & Bellot 12 Ga. BB Rabbit and Pheasant. They are basically the equivalent power of a 20 Ga. buckshot round. So what’s it good for and why would I put them in my (non-self loading) 12 Ga.? Besides pleasant to shoot and fair for flushed game I’d argue they are useful for close-in home defense. Let me explain…

    The current nonsense internet fad about birdshot for home defense is just those. Birdshot is for birds and causes large shallow gruesome LOOKING wounds. .13 caliber #4 shot does not penetrate. .18 caliber BB pellets are almost three times, 172%, heavier and even these conservative ATI charge pellets have twice the energy of fast #4. If you are concerned about overpenetration but still want projectiles, albeit fewer, that should result in arguably better stopping power for home defense (though that home might be an apartment) these shells should be considered amongst your options. Call them “low” or “reduced” recoil, which they are, if you that makes you feel better, even “tactical,” and appreciate the low price as well.


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