Fiocchi 20ga 3 hull new/primed (bag/100)

Fiocchi 20ga 3 hull new/primed (bag/100)
Item Number: 0642030
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 WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including lead, which are known to State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to

Detailed Description

Fiocchi 20ga 3" new/primed 16mm brass, yellow tube (100/bag)

  • Top Edge: Skived
  • Brass: 0.630" (16mm)
  • Primer: Fiocchi-616 (209 primer)
  • Headstamp: "20 FIOCCHI 20"
  • Wall Thickness: 0.029"
  • Made in Italy

New & primed Fiocchi hulls are a great loading value. The hull is the most important part of the actual load; don't compromise your performance with old, weak hulls. That's why we recommend starting with new/primed hulls. New hulls will always give you more loadings and because they are primed you save on your primer costs too. Remember, there is no Hazmat charge on primed hulls when shipped via ground in the continental U.S.

Fiocchi hulls feature strong straight-wall extruded tube and deep plastic disk basewad allows for versatile load designs for clays and field loads. Primed with the Fiocchi's reliable and consistent 616 primer. See load data in Advantages Manual, including lead, steel, Hevi-Shot, ITX non-toxic shot loads, and even slug loads. These hulls roll crimp beautifully too.


SHIPPING: Ammunition or hulls shipped by ground service do not require a HazMat fee. Any ammunition shipped by air service does require an Air HazMat fee. Our sales associates can help you with any questions.

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Fiocchi, one of the best 11/7/2022
I use these for a wide range of loads, buckshot to steel to bismuth, and they crimp very well for virgin hulls. I did have 1 bag that liked to split the hull after the first firing, a defect I assume, and all other bags I opened and loaded - fired have been just fine. I find they crimp better than the other leading brand. I will continue to buy them as long as they are made.
- photrod2000, OR

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