Sellier & Bellot is an experienced ammunition manufacturer that was established in 1825 that today finds its headquarters in Vlašim, Czech Republic. Founded by French merchant Louis Sellier, the company was originally established in Prague in order to produce percussion caps for armed forces as per the request of Francis I, then Emperor of Austria. Once joined by Jean Maria Nicolaus Bellot, the company began enjoying early successes with production of percussion caps exceeding 60 million by the early 1830s. Today, the company is a subsidiary of CBC, one of the world's largest manufacturers of small arms ammunition, and produces a range of pistol, rifle and shotgun ammunition in a wide range of different calibers, including the ever-popular 12-gauge shotgun shell.
As one would expect, any manufacturer that has been around for nearly two centuries has probably garnered a great deal of respect in regards to their quality, precision and reliability – Sellier & Bellot is no exception. Despite being a subsidiary of Brazil's CBC, all Sellier & Bellot ammunition continues production in the Czech Republic and is manufactured according to C.I.P. regulations.
That said all Sellier & Bellot 12-gauge rubber buckshot is manufactured with only non-corrosive Boxer primers. Each box of Sellier & Bellot 12-gauge rubber buckshot contains, as noted, five 12-gauge shotgun shells. Each shell measures 2 3/4 inches in length and contains 15 pellets of double-aught (00) rubber buckshot. Additionally, this load is capable of producing muzzle velocities that have been observed to travel at speed of up to 790 fps.
Sellier & Bellot 12-gauge rubber buckshot is an excellent choice for:
- Pest control
- Law enforcement operations
- Training exercises
- Much more…
Grab a box or two today for just $11.95.