12 gauge, 00 buck shell that holds 9 pellets. The most commonly produced buckshot shell.

The 12 Gauge Buckshot is a shotgun ammunition type. It inflicts very high damage at close range, but its effectiveness is limited over range.

The buckshot shells are filled with 9 smaller lead pellets. When fired the pellets spread out in a spray pattern increasing your area of effect. This results in a great chance of hitting your target and enables you the ability to hit multiple targets. The disadvantage is it decreases your damage and range compared to 12 Gauge Slug.

The shell can be loaded into the MP-133 Shotgun, the IZH-43 shotgun and its sawed-off variant. A snaploader can be used with IZH-43 shotguns to load two shell at time, decreasing its reload time.

  • The 12 gauge is the most common shotgun cartridge in use today, and is in use all over the world.

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