Shotgun Ammo For Sale

Shotgun Ammo is probably the most versatile type of firearm. They can be used for hunting large and small games, for wingshooting, clay games (such as trap, skeet, or sporting clays), tactical use, defense, and multi-gun. One of the aspects of shotguns that makes them so versatile is the drastically different types of ammunition available

Component of a Shotgun Ammo

Gauge: The diameter of the gun’s barrel. In a confusing system that dates back to cannons, shotgun gauges are measured in the weight of a solid sphere of lead that will take up the entire bore. So a 10ga barrel fits a lead ball that’s 1/10th of a pound and a 12ga fits one that’s 1/12th of a pound. The larger the number, the smaller diameter the gun’s barrel is. You can only shoot the correct gauge shell for your gun.
Shell Length: This corresponds to the chamber size of a gun; shotguns typically come with 2 3/4, 3 or 3 1/2 inch chambers. A larger chamber can shoot a smaller shell, but a smaller chamber will be damaged by shooting a larger shell due to over-pressurization. Obviously, a larger shell is able to hold more shots, so the larger sizes are becoming more popular with hunters.
Velocity: The speed at which the shot is propelled from the gun, as it’s leaving the barrel. This is actually a user-friendly number, meaning you don’t need to account for “drams” of powder versus the amount and size of shot and shell to determine velocity. The higher the velocity, the further the shot will travel and the more punch it will pack at a larger range, for its given size.
Shot Weight: The weight of the shot in the shell, measured in ounces. The higher the number, the more shot you’re putting onto a target, but it will also create more recoil, which could affect accuracy.

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Cimarron Doc Holliday Combo Pistol 45 Colt (Long Colt) 3.5″ Barrel, 6-Round Nickel, Bone Ivory Gripped Dagger/Huckle Berry Shoulder Rig

$1,200.00
Cimarron Firearms’ Doc Holliday combo is just your game. Each 3 1/2-inch, Stainless Steel revolver has simulated “Tru Ivory” birds

Cimarron Doc Holliday Thunderer Revolver 45 Colt (Long Colt) 3.5″ Barrel Stainless, Tru-Ivory

$800.00
Cimarron Firearms’ Doc Holliday Stainless Steel is just your game. Each 3 1/2-inch revolver has simulated ivory birds head grips

Cimarron Evil Roy Revolver Color Case Hardened, Blue, Walnut

$600.00
Made along the lines of the classic peacemaker-style revolver, like those used by the professional shootists of the Old West,

Cimarron Firearms Pistoleer Revolver

$450.00
Product Information Cartridge  45 Colt (Long Colt)  357 Magnum Capacity 6 Round Weight 40 Ounce Barrel Length 4.75 Inches Action

Cimarron Frontier Revolver

$400.00
Arguably the most famous sixgun of the Old West, if not the best known in the entire world, Cimarron’s Frontier

Cimarron Man With No Name Revolver 38 Special 7.5″ Barrel 6-Round Color Case Hardened, Blue, Walnut

$650.00
You can hang ’em high or paint the town red with this 1851 Navy cartridge conversion revolver. Either way, this

Cimarron Number 3 Schofield Revolver 6-Round

$950.00
Major George W. Schofield of the 10th Cavalry and an army ordnance officer, designed this revolver as an improvement over

Cimarron P-Model Revolver 6-Round Color Case Hardened, Walnut

$400.00
The 1873 peacemaker-style revolver, originally designed for the U.S. Cavalry, quickly became the archetypical sixgun of the frontier. Available in

CZ-USA CZ 75 Tactical Sport Orange 9mm Luger 5.23″ Barrel Black Slide Orange Grips 20-Round

$1,850.00
Turning the Tactical Sport up a notch, the Orange borrows a number of design features from the Czechmate and incorporates

CZ-USA CZ Shadow 2 SA 9mm Luger 4.89″ Barrel 17-Round Steel With Blue Grips

$1,300.00
For those target shooters who seek out the best triggers possible, this variant of the Shadow 2 has a single-action-only

FN 509 Compact Tactical 9mm Luger Semi-Automatic Pistol 4.32″ Barrel 24-Round

$1,000.00
From the makers of the world’s most battle-proven firearms, comes the release of the FN 509 Compact Tactical, the smallest

Glock 19 Pistol 380 ACP

$400.00
For those discerning shooters who desired the smallest Glock possible, the company responded with the now popular G19 in 380