Fiocchi .410 2.5 new/primed hull (100/bag)

Fiocchi .410 2.5 new/primed hull (100/bag)
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Detailed Description

Fiocchi .410 bore 2-1/2" new primed hulls (100/bag)

  • Color: Red
  • Top Edge: Skived
  • Depth: 2.229"
  • Length: 2.484" (63.5mm SAAMI spec)
  • Brass: .315" or 8mm
  • Primer: Fiocchi-616 (209 primer)

    Fiocchi hulls offer high capacity and easy crimping; a terrific all-purpose hull for clay and field loads. Primed and ready to load, these hulls will meet all your loading needs. Fiocchi hulls are an excellent choice for almost any style of load.

    Remember, new/primed hulls are your best value and there's never a Hazmat charge when you ship them via ground service in the contiguous U.S.

    Load data: See our Small Bore Manual both for lead & nontoxic loads, including buckshot loads for some .410 handguns.

    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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    Primers falling out 3/17/2024
    Trying to reload shells with CCI, and Winchester 209 primers and try keep falling out. Loaded great with the primed hulls, problems with primers falling out when reloading, do I need to use the fiocchi primers for these hulls?
    Joel Mckerley
    Fiocchi primers are just a bit larger than US primers. This is mainly due to metric tolerances. Use the Universal Primer Pocket Conditioning Tool to easily resize primer pockets.
    --BP lab
    Primed and ready to use 2/25/2024
    Only been loading .410 for a little while and these shells make it easy for me to load some basic shot shells.
    Awesome hulls for various type loads 12/15/2023
    Have been using these hulls to load everything from shot to buckshot and slugs both LGS and home crafted 140 gr .410 swaged slugs. For shot and buckshot loads, I use the hulls as received 2-1/2”. For slugs using the LGS with carrier, I also use the 2-1/2” hull. For other slug loadings, I use the hull cut down to 2-1/4”. All loads are roll crimped with overshot wads. A shortened hull 1.85” hull I use with fine shot as pest control using NC41 cards, 165 gr shot and OS41 card then roll crimp. Loads work well in my H&R Topper 88 barrel cut down to 20”, so it’s a true cylinder using a chamber adapter from 20 gauge to .410 gauge. A friend of mine has used all loads in his 2 shot derringer and has his favorites from the loads we’ve made. Powder of choice is Hodgdon’s Lil Gun. Load data from the Small Bore And Slug manuals, as well as comments about using the Diablo shaped slug. Overall these hulls work very well in all loads as I tend to not load to maximum velocity. Hull life is excellent. Will continue to purchase the 2-1/2” and 3” hulls to make my loads.
    - Gil Y, NV
    Not as good as I had hoped 12/4/2023
    I have been loading .410 on my old 600jr since the late 1980s. Mostly all AA with a few green Remingtons thrown in. These Fiocchis took a lot of adjustment and I finally brought out some ancient 30 year old orange Pattern Control PC wads to get the stack height right. OK so far. I expected I would need to adjust the press. What concerns me is with these brand new hulls, 4 out three 100 packs split down the sides when I did final crimp. The shells were not overstuffed. Afterward I loaded a couple of boxes of old AA compression formed hulls without a problem - same recipe, same components, same press setup. Maybe there was a bad run of plastic, but 4 splits out of 300 hulls is a concern when I have loaded about a golzillion and a half Winchesters without a problem. For the low price of these primed hulls this is not a big deal, but if they split in virgin condition on a press, whats going to happen when I fire them and then what happens if i reload them? Well see. I will be careful, only use s break-barrel, and listen for squeakers.
    Donald Leutz
    Great Hulls!!! 4/27/2023
    These hulls reload great, crimp great, and they always go BANG!!
    A bad batch or what 4/17/2023
    I bought these hulls for the first time in hopes to going on reloading .410 bore shell when I received them they looked good appeared to look well made but after loading them per the recipe which included 13 gr. of Alliant 410 and the MG410 wad it would crush the hull or wouldnt even crimp right and when I fired it blew the hull just above the brass giving me a lot of blow back threw the receiver but they would work fine with only 10.5gr. of Alliant 410 powder so i would think on what loads you are going to use with these hulls
    - Bryan Lewandowski, OH
    Awesome Hull 10/29/2022
    As always I have had nothing but excellent results with Fiocchi Hulls and these were bought to load and shoot on a AR platform,I trimmed to the desired length and loaded them and roll crimped them and they feed perfectly.the reason i trimmed them was i needed a lenght specific finished shell that would fit my magazine and they work great.most people dont know that most of the hulls from overseas use a slightly larger primer and its not an issue if you have a primer pocket tool to resize the primer hole if using American primers.To sum it up you cant go wrong with these hulls and always Fast and Professional service from Ballistic Products makes it even better.
    - Clay Smith, GA
    At least as good as remington STS or Federal Premium 6/21/2015
    While these hulls are not as durable as the AA HS hull, they load, and reload easily and they do have a larger internal capacity than an AAHS hull. Ive loaded them with Lil Gun powder as well as H110. I load them with the same shot and powder charge i would normally load the Winchester hull but i use the MG410 wad. These loads shoot perfectly and crimp great. i have some with 5 firings on them and they are still going strong.
    - Harmon Greer, TX
    Great Hulls with great recipes! 8/6/2014
    I have dabbled with a bunch of different loads, but my favorites are based off these Fiocchi hulls with the data from the Small Bore Manual. They crimp easily, go off everytime and hold up well to reloading.
    - Matthew Gehl, FL

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