12 Gauge Fiocchi Flyway Series 3 inch 1500 FPS 1 1/8oz #1 Zinc Plated steel shot


$ 0.97 Per Round

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Introducing the Fiocchi Flyway Series 12 Gauge 3 Inch 1 1/8oz #1 Shot Zinc Plated Steel Shot Ammunition – your ideal choice for waterfowl hunting excellence. This ammunition is designed with precision and performance in mind, making it an essential companion for hunters targeting waterfowl.

The Fiocchi Flyway Series is tailor-made for waterfowl, featuring a robust 1 1/8oz payload of #1 zinc-plated steel shot. This combination of zinc-plated steel shot ensures consistent patterns and powerful impact, ideal for bringing down waterfowl in various conditions.

With Fiocchi’s established reputation for quality and innovation, this ammunition guarantees dependable performance, even in challenging environments. Elevate your waterfowl hunting experience with Fiocchi Flyway Series and enjoy the confidence that comes with trusted ammunition technology, giving you the edge in the pursuit of your target birds.

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Weight 2.5 lbs
Dimensions 4.25 × 2.75 × 4.25 in
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