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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 bullets are manufactured with only non-corrosive Boxer primers. Each box of Sellier & Bellot 12-gauge rubber bullets contains, as noted, five 12-gauge shotgun shells. Each shell measures 2 3/4 inches in length and contains a 51 gr rubber ball projectile. Additionally, this load is capable of producing muzzle velocities that have been observed to travel at speed of up to 900 fps.
Sellier & Bellot 12-gauge rubber bullets are an excellent choice for:
- Pest control
- Law enforcement operations
- Training exercises
- Much more…
Grab a box or two today for just $8.95.
|Manufacturer||Sellier and Bellot|
|Projectile Type||Rubber Ball|
|Projectile Weight||51 gr|
|Shell Length||2.75 Inch|
|Brand||Sellier & Bellot|
|Restrictions||Age - 21+|
|Rounds Per Box||5|
|Returns Accepted||Yes - Must Not Be Modified Or Visibly Used|
I use these for home protection, and while I've never had to use them, I am fairly confident that, should the need arise, they will do their job well.
Good price for just 5 of them. Very few situations I can think of I would use these. Possibly if friendly fire could occur. We used to say its better to be judged by twelve than carried by six. Tested a couple on plywood. Good stopping power.
Bought these for first shot home defense...haven't had to use them in that role and have not shot them yet to test them but the specs look impressive. Having been in law enforcement I have seen products like this used in riot control so I'm sure I won't be disappointed.
This is a killer price on these. Everyone should have these with their home defense shotgun! Bought 2 sets and made sure my shotgun cycled these fine, and they worked 100%!
This is a great item for those who are concerned about being to "lethal" with buck shot for home defense, especially with your first round. Will definitely get someones attention without all the paper work hassles buck shot might entail.
took me weeks to find someone that carried these rounds at such a reasonable price, two thumbs up! very fast shipping, quick on the e-mails, nothing but praise, the quality of the product is excellent, will have no problem ordering more.
i have had to use these when we had a break in and they worked great. It deterred the criminal and there was no possibility of any of the round harming any of the neighbors from over penetration.
These rubber slugs are well constructed and very lightweight. I only tried one of the five rounds I purchased but it hit within center mass at 25 yards. Its the first shell to rack in my Mossberg 500 special purpose.
The first shell in my tactical 870 for home defense. Its more likely to be justifiable when your first shot was not meant to "kill" an intruder.
Just keeping one of these "less than lethal" slugs as the first round in my home defense shot-gun gives me the peace of mind that if I did have to use it on an intruder, I would be able to justify use of lethal force if it came down to a second shot.