Fiocchi Ammo For Sale

In 1877, the Giulio Fiocchi Enterprise began manufacturing sporting ammunition. Since then, Fiocchi has produced a variety of ammunition from their plants in Italy and Missouri – and are now known for their world-class shotgun ammunition, as well as NATO-specification ammo for military use. Learn More

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  1. Fiocchi 30-06 Ammo - 20 Rounds of 150 Grain SPBT Ammunition

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    $20.99 Price

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    • Foreign-made Range
    • 2910 FPS Muzzle Velocity
    • $1.05 Cost Per Round
    • Fiocchi SKU 3006B
    • UPC 762344709086
  2. Fiocchi Shooting Dynamics 30-06 Ammo - 20 Rounds of 150 Grain FMJ-BT Ammunition

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    $21.00 Price

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    • Foreign Discount Range
    • 3000 FPS Muzzle Velocity
    • $1.05 Cost Per Round
    • Fiocchi SKU 3006A
    • UPC 762344706184
  3. Fiocchi 30-06 Ammo - 200 Rounds of 180 Grain SST Ammunition

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    $215.00 Price

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    • Foreign-made Range
    • 2675 FPS Muzzle Velocity
    • 180 Grain
    • SST Bullet
    • Brass Casing
    • Boxer Primer
    • 2861 ft lbs Muzzle Energy
    • $1.08 Cost Per Round
    • Fiocchi SKU 3006HSC
    • UPC 762344861012
  4. Fiocchi 30-06 Ammo - 200 Rounds of 150 Grain SST Ammunition

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    $219.99 Price

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    • Foreign-made Range
    • 2925 FPS Muzzle Velocity
    • 150 Grain
    • SST Bullet
    • Brass Casing
    • Boxer Primer
    • 2849 ft lbs Muzzle Energy
    • $1.10 Cost Per Round
    • Fiocchi SKU 3006HSA
    • UPC 762344861005
  5. Fiocchi 308 Win Ammo - 20 Rounds of 165 Grain Game King HPBT Ammunition

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    $22.49 Price

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    • Foreign-made Range
    • 2675 FPS Muzzle Velocity
    • 165 Grain
    • HPBT Bullet
    • Brass Casing
    • Boxer Primer
    • 2622 ft lbs Muzzle Energy
    • $1.12 Cost Per Round
    • Fiocchi SKU 308GKB
    • UPC 762344704302
  6. Fiocchi 243 Win Ammo - 20 Rounds of 95 Grain SST Ammunition

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    $22.50 Price

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    • Foreign-made Range
    • 2950 FPS Muzzle Velocity
    • 95 Grain
    • SST Bullet
    • Brass Casing
    • Boxer Primer
    • 1835 ft lbs Muzzle Energy
    • $1.13 Cost Per Round
    • Fiocchi SKU 243HSB
  7. Fiocchi 270 Win Ammo - 20 Rounds of 150 Grain PSP Ammunition

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    $22.50 Price

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    • Foreign Discount Hunting
    • 2850 FPS Muzzle Velocity
    • $1.13 Cost Per Round
    • Fiocchi SKU 270SPE
    • UPC 762344709123
  8. Fiocchi 308 Win Ammo - 200 Rounds of 150 Grain SST Polymer Tip Ammunition

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    $225.00 Price

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    • 200 Rounds
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    • Foreign-made Hunting
    • 2860 FPS Muzzle Velocity
    • 150 Grain
    • SST Bullet
    • Brass Casing
    • Boxer Primer
    • 2724 ft lbs Muzzle Energy
    • $1.13 Cost Per Round
    • Fiocchi SKU 308HSA
    • UPC 762344861036
  9. Fiocchi 30-06 Ammo - 20 Rounds of 150 Grain SST Ammunition

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    $23.99 Price

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    • Foreign-made Range
    • 2900 FPS Muzzle Velocity
    • 150 Grain
    • SST Bullet
    • Brass Casing
    • Boxer Primer
    • 2810 ft lbs Muzzle Energy
    • $1.20 Cost Per Round
    • Fiocchi SKU 3006HSA
    • UPC 762344704319
  10. Fiocchi 30-06 Ammo - 20 Rounds of 168 Grain Hollow Point Boat Tail Ammunition

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    $24.00 Price

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    • 20 Rounds
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    • Foreign-made Range
    • $1.20 Cost Per Round
    • Fiocchi SKU 3006MKB
    • UPC 762344704203
  11. Fiocchi 6.5x55mm Ammo - 20 Rounds of 140 Grain SST Ammunition

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    $25.00 Price

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    • Foreign Discount Defense
    • 2625 FPS Muzzle Velocity
    • 140 Grain
    • SST Bullet
    • Brass Casing
    • Boxer Primer
    • 2142 ft lbs Muzzle Energy
    • $1.25 Cost Per Round
    • Fiocchi SKU 65HSA
    • UPC 762344706603
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“To put regular gas in a Ferrari is a capital sin. It’s the same with putting mediocre ammunition in a top gun.”

Carlo Fiocchi

An accountant is an unlikely ammunition manufacturer. But that’s just what Giulio Fiocchi was before one fateful day way back in 1876.

Back then, Giulio Fiocchi worked for a bank in Milan, Italy. When he was sent to collect on a loan given to a manufacturer of black powder and muskets in Lecco, Giulio researched the situation and determined it was not possible for the borrower to repay. Upon returning to Milan, Giulio was consumed with thoughts of getting into the ammunition manufacturing business. He knew nothing about ammo, but felt like he had tripped over the opportunity of a lifetime. After proposing the idea to his brother Giacomo and convincing the bank to lend them money to purchase the insolvent company, it was official. By the next year, Giulio Fiocchi Enterprises began manufacturing ammunition.

Fiocchi Italy: The Mother Country

Fiocchi Munizioni – Italian for “Fiocchi Ammunition” – was founded at a pivotal point in the history of the firearm. The muzzle-loader was quickly going the way of the dinosaur, replaced by the breech-loader. First, Fiocchi started manufacturing reloadable primer cases. By the early 1890s, however, they moved into the world of complete cartridges with bullets or shot. Black powder was now a thing of the past, except for a small group of niche hobbyists.

At the turn of the century, there was a curious expansion for Fiocchi. The manufacturing of ammunition leftover a significant amount of scrap metal. Tired of simply throwing this out, Fiocchi found a use for the metal – snaps. In fact, Fiocchi became a world leader in the production of clothing snaps (so much so, that when this lucrative side enterprise was sold in the 1980s, it went to one of the biggest garment manufacturers in the world).

What’s more, Fiocchi was an early leader in manufacturing worker welfare. In 1904, Fiocchi built a number of houses in Lecco, available for purchase at prices their workers could afford. These were not the “company towns” of America’s Gilded Age, but respectable housing. Nurses and childcare were likewise provided by Fiocchi for their employees – and still are. The company also employs many third- and fourth-generation employees to this day.

The Fiocchi Catalog

Fiocchi first focused on ammunition for sporting and hunting. But during World War I, they produced ammo for the Italian army. The factory was seized in World War II by the Germans, and as Allied forces closed in around them, the Germans attempted to destroy the factory. Employees resisted and prevailed over the Germans on the ground, but they were unable to protect the factory from bombs being dropped from Allied planes, which eventually destroyed the plant in 1945.

Fiocchi has always been a family affair. The company was founded by two brothers, then bequeathed from founder Giulio to one of his 13 children, Carlo – who was one of seven brothers. After the destruction of their family’s factory, they were faced with the choice of whether to rebuild or to call it a day and move on.

The Fiocchi family rebuilt their factory in 1946, after the close of the Second World War, leveraging a loyal workforce and not taking a dime from the Marshall Plan. This modern rebuild enabled Fiocchi to manufacture the most advanced ammunition available at the time, keeping them abreast of the expansion of the ammunition market during the 50s and 60s. Marketing this new and improved ammo to a broader audience began with partnerships.

Today, Fiocchi still sits on the cutting edge of high-quality ammunition production, all of which has a deserved reputation as some of the best available. The company sells shotgun shells for shotgun competition and competitors at the world-class level, they continually refine and expand their already inclusive line of centerfire ammunition, and they also manufacture NATO spec-certified ammunition. Fiocchi cartridges were even proudly used in Olympic triumphs in 2004 in Athens and 2008 in Beijing. But the innovation doesn't end there. Cyalume Chemtracer shotgun shells, the Canned Heat product line, Cowboy Action Line and the Tundra Rifle line are proof of how Fiocchi keeps a finger on the pulse of the ammo market and anticipates future trends.

Fiocchi makes a full line of ammunition, but one thing it is perhaps most known for is the manufacture of rare cartridges for collectors of antique or unusual firearms. An example of this is the .455 Webley. This caliber is so archaic that in its original form, it still utilized black powder as the firing mechanism. While not the standard issue service model for the Royal Flying Corps and the Royal Navy during World War I, it was a popular private arm among those respective services. Originally a large pistol primer, it is now a small pistol primer when manufactured by Fiocchi for antique firearms collectors and enthusiasts.

The History of Fiocchi of America Inc

There’s a strange and circuitous history of Fiocchi in the United States. They shared a factory with Smith & Wesson in Alton, IL in the 1950s. However, the interest between both companies began to conflict, and Fiocchi sold its share. This represented a temporary end to the Fiocchi brand in the United States. However, Carlo Fiocchi, the great grandson of the founder of Fiocchi, came to the United States on his honeymoon in 1980. Unfortunately for Carlo and fortunately for American partisans of the brand, this was to be a working honeymoon. His research led to the 1983 founding of a Fiocchi importation center.

One thing the company didn’t count on was massive demand stateside. Fiocchi were simply unprepared to meet the demands of the American market on an import basis. Carlo convinced Fiocchi president Paolo that building a manufacturing plant in the Ozarks near Springfield was the right step forward for the company. In a strange echo of the company’s origins, the land for the plant was purchased from a farmer who had defaulted on his mortgage. The surrounding community welcomed Fiocchi of America with open arms as they brought good manufacturing jobs to the region. Over 75 percent of the ammunition Fiocchi sells in the United States is also manufactured in the United States. This is how Fiocchi has earned its American slogan “Italian by birth, American by choice.”

Where Is Fiocchi Ammo Made?

While many collectors and everyday hunters and sportsmen use Fiocchi Ammunition for shooting targets, clay or game, Fiocchi is an Italian brand, with its Italian manufacturing hub in the same region (Bologna) that manufactures Ferraris and Lamborghinis. Perhaps Fiocchi could be considered the Ferrari of ammunition, but at a price point nearly anyone can afford. A quick visit to the company’s website will show the sleek and elegant design for which Italian luxury brands are world-famous, along with Fiocchi ammo reviews that are often stellar.

Fiocchi has a strong history, and is clearly committed to continue improving their influence and reputation among American sporting shooters. And after all these years, the Fiocchi family are still firmly in control of this business, an enterprise run with love by a single family for over 140 years, and now on its fourth and fifth generations. All told, 70 family members have shares in a holding company that owns the ammunition manufacturing enterprise.

“My family name is on the frigging box! I cannot sell anything but the best. It’s my Italian sense of pride.”

Carlo Fiocchi
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  • Matthew said:

    "4 inch groups at 100 yds. 8 inch groups at 200. I had an expert confirm with my LMT platform. We double checked barrel lugs, optic lugs. I switched to Federal and groups were less than 2 inches at 100yds. Day after I had a gunsmith re-check barrel and optics. All checked out. "

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