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Ammo .410 Bore NobleSport Law Enforcement 2.5" 0.40" Buck Shot 3 Pellets 25 Round Box 1200 fps ANS412BK

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NobleSport Law Enforcement .410 Bore 2.5" 0.40" Buck 3 Pellets 1200 fps 25 Round Box

Law Enforcement Buckshot is manufactured to the rigid specifications of security and law enforcement personnel.

25 Rounds Per Box. To buy a full case, order 10 boxes.

Price is per box.

Total number of Reviews: 6

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2.0 5
"These do not do well in S&W Governor or Taurus Judge handguns. I purchased to shoot in both of those handguns, and this ammo causes the cylinder to lock up and get stuck after firing, requiring pliers to remove the spent shells. These might be fine in a standard shotgun."
1.0 5
"Shooting from a S&W Governor and a Rossi Circuit Judge, I had problems with many of these shells. I had hard primers that did not fire, primers that backed out after firing, and the shells expanded and wedged in the cylinder. Not only could I not rotate the cylinder due to the backed out primers, but I needed to tap and pull the spent shells out with tools."
5.0 5
"These work great in my Taurus Raging Judge Magnum 3\" Barrel. Seem to have a 3-4 inch spread at 25 feet. Not too much recoil, so rapid fire is nice. They eject fine also."
3.0 5
"I bought these to test out with different shotguns/pistols. As the others have stated, after firing, the shells get stuck in the chamber of the Judge and Circuit Judge and need to be tapped or pushed out. I used a long screwdriver.The shells worked fine in other, regular, shotguns. One interesting thing I found. The spent shells from the regular shotgun will slide in the cylinder of the Judge and Circuit Judge without a problem, but the spent shells would not slide back in the cylinders after being removed, nor would it slide in the chamber of the other shotguns. I also noticed that the brass neck of these shells are much shorter than the other shells that I was testing. The other shells were Federal and Winchester.This is a great deal for regular shotgun ammunition, however, I don't recommend for the .410 pistols."
1.0 5
"I really screwed up & bought 4 boxes of this junk. I wouldn't even give them away, the brass on these things are so cheap(you get what you pay for)when fired expanded like a mushroom and get stuck, very unsafe! Not to mention quite a few didn't even fire. Don't waste your money like I did and be safe!"
4.0 5
"Cycle fine through my Rossi lever action shotgun."