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Fiocchi loads

Discussion in 'Hunting' started by Brady509, Jan 2, 2017.

  1. Brady509

    Brady509 Well-Known Member

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    Have a great friend out of Reno that sells Fiocchi.

    3 1/2 " 1 5/8 BB Golden goose absolutly pound honkers.
    Can't get the image to come up. Damn



    3" 1 1/5 #2 Waterfowl Hunting Load
    (Went with this load over the Golden Fowl simply for the 200 fps faster)

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    For the money 10 dollars for the 3 inch loads and 15 for the 3.5 inch. Can't beat them.
     
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  2. big kahuna

    big kahuna Well-Known Member

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    Cool photo!
    George
     
  3. Claypoppy

    Claypoppy Well-Known Member

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    Nothing is better than a good duck hunt, and from the looks of it, these guys had one! Thanks for the photo.
     
  4. Bluegoose

    Bluegoose Well-Known Member

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    Man, that looks like a pretty chilly morning.
     
  5. Bluegoose

    Bluegoose Well-Known Member

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    Did you have any extraction issues with the shells?
    I'm looking for replacements for Kent Fast Steel because they have extraction issues in my guns.
     
  6. Brady509

    Brady509 Well-Known Member

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    No extraction issues at all. We all shoot Beretta, so I can't speak for other brands.
     
  7. C-Money

    C-Money Active Member

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    That looks like a great time Brady!!
     
  8. Jim Bradbury

    Jim Bradbury Active Member

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    I am turning into a candy ass in my old age. I got cold just looking at the picture. I grew up just south of there a little ways. Sure looks like you guys had a good time. Nothing better than a good hunt.
    Jim Bradbury
     
  9. Yoda117

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    Looks like you boys had a lot of fun :)
     
  10. Brady509

    Brady509 Well-Known Member

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    It's only cold when your not shooting. Lol. Love the air boat.
     
  11. ric3677

    ric3677 Well-Known Member

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    Geez Brady, you're starting to put on the Trapshooters build.
    Ma must be cooking well. :)

    See you at the Hoppie

    Rick in MT
     
  12. Brady509

    Brady509 Well-Known Member

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    It is cold Rick I'm saving on the heating bill. Lol
     
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  13. Sea Duck

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    I use their shells, mostly nickel plated on Pheasants,if I'm not usin reloads, I like em, no extracting issues,I've used em in pumps,autos and doubles, nickel plated is absolutely DEADLY!!!
     
  14. kc outdoorsman

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    All I use are Fiocchi !
     
  15. Matt D

    Matt D Member

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    Nickel plated on pheasants are tough to beat. The fiocchi are by far my favorite. Hope they never stop making them.