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12 Gauge Mini 00 Buckshot Centurion 2" 10 Round Box 6 Pellets 1250 fps Increase Magazine Capacity

Centurion Ordnance
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10 Round box, 12 Gauge, 2", 00 Buck.
Defense and law enforcement shot shells made in Italy. These are perfect shells for everything from varmints to home defense.

Non-returnable item.
Muzzle velocity: 1250 fps.
Six 00 buck pellets per round.
Increased magazine capacity.
Reduced recoil.
Will not function in most semi-autos.
Uses: Personal protection, Law enforcement. 
Total number of Reviews: 19

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5.0 5
"This Ammo cycles perfectly in my Mossberg 590.The gun, however, will not send the last round onto the lifter. Put a 2-3/4 in first and function is fine. The change in recoil tells you when to reload. My 590 holds 9 of these and one 2-3/4 in the magazine (not counting the chamber). Recoil is light."
5.0 5
"Runs great thru a Mossberg 500 Persuader 8 shot. Turns it into a 10 shot. Runs good thru a 2 3/4 Rem Wingmaster also. Don't let the size fool you, this stuff is nasty!"
4.0 5
"Can carry more and use my over and under light recoil girls like useing it also fit in my mag 7 would like to know if sabot is avalible? Hogs hit with this stuff is amazing serious effect."
3.0 5
"Cycles through my Remington 870 just fine. Darn serious punch for its size, and fun to shoot (reduced recoil). However, at about a buck per round, you might as well buy the less expensive AA \"lights\" instead. The real advantage of these is the increased tube mag capacity; but with less pellets and less powder they should be cheaper than AAs... and they aren't reloadable."
3.0 5
"these will not feed properly in a mossberg 835. i haven't discharged one so that's all i can offer. if your shotgun has a feed system designed for 3.5\" shells you should not order multiple boxes of these before confirming your weapon can feed them."
5.0 5
"I just received my shells and I found them to look like quality rounds. The primers are shiny and they are packed tightly. They cycle well through my Mossberg 500A; sometimes they make the action stick a little, but backing-out the forend and trying to rechamber works, so they don't cause a jam. I haven't discharged one, but I can imagine that they would be pretty effective with the amound of propellant I can see and the size of the pellets. Turns my 5+1 shotty into a 7+1, which is worth the hassle of occasional sticking action. Anyway, it is a pretty cheap way to get a magazine extension and they seem like quality shells. Too bad they aren't made in America! Thanks CTD!"
5.0 5
"My Browning BPS feed them with no problem. The added magazine capacity is great for home defense and the reduced recoil is a plus. Just bought 10 more boxes."
5.0 5
"I keep these in my Maverick 88 by the bed. It holds eight all together, and the light recoil would be good for home defense. I get about a 8 inch pattern at 30-40 feet, out of a 26 inch barrel."
3.0 5
"This ammo, with its reduced recoil, is fun to shoot and I could play all day and not feel it later out of my Mossberg Persuader. It would be ideal for home defense, but at 20 yards, the shot spread out too much to be reliably effective."
4.0 5
"A few times in my Mossberg 500 pump, when firing/cycling pretty fast, the shell would wind up backwards in the elevator, and obviously couldn't chamber. I wouldn't recommend these little ones for any serious situation. They are fun to shoot (low recoil) but that's all. The full-sized multi-defense rounds are awesome, however."
5.0 5
"It's good ammo. I shot a 55 gal. drum full of burnt trash from 20 feet away and went trought the drum. My Mossberg 500 pump handled well, but one would fall out when racking it because of the size of the shell."
2.0 5
"It doesn't load that well and they are just too little to do any real damage! Stick with the big boys."
5.0 5
"Cycles fine in my 14\" 590 and my 12\" 500. Use them to get more in the tube. They won't cycle my 14\" 11-87 yet (working on it)."
5.0 5
"These cute little shells pack a serious punch. Though they only have 2/3 of the pellets of a normal 00 buck 2 3/4\" shell, they make up for it with recoil so mild the gun hardly kicks more than a .410 gauge shotgun. Great for practice, and recoil sensitive shooters will love them. Fed and fired flawlessly from my Remington 887 Tactical."
5.0 5
"I bought about 5 boxes of these for home defense and a few extra for practice. At 25 feet, the shots grouped together beautifully, and virtually no recoil. Turns my 5+1 Mossberg 500a to 7+1, though every once in a while one would kinda slip down the elevator and jam it, not good if you're in a sticky situation, but only happened to me when I was emptying it pointing downward, so unless you were shooting a burglar on the floor, you shouldn't have a problem."
5.0 5
"I like this ammo for range time. Doesn't kick too hard, and cycles just fine (I did make sure the receiver was level both ways).Shot a box of these out of a Maverick 88 with 18.5\" barrel and collapsible M4 style buttstock."
4.0 5
"Bought one box. Cycled through my H&R Pardner Pump Protector just fine, even when mixed with 2.75\" Winchester. Moved the mag from holding only 4 shells to 7; six when mixed with other sizes. Normal amount of recoil; nothing unusual, even shooting at hip. Seems fine."
5.0 5
"Put a box of these through my Coach Gun. I could shoot these all day long. Need a case."
5.0 5
"These 2\" mini buckshot shells are great. They feed and fire perfectly in my NEF Pardner Pump (Remington 870 copy). Slightly reduced recoil compared to 2-3/4\" bird shot or 00 Buck. These are the first three rounds in my home defense shotgun."