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Fiocchi Ammo For Sale
Fiocchi Ammunition HistoryItaly has always led the world in engineering. Rome was the first city in the world to have more than one million residents, because Romans knew how to build aqueducts. The same country that invented the first internal combustion engine is now also home to Maserati, Ferrari, and Lamborghini. Only a select few Italians, however, make something that goes even faster than a Lamborghini.
Giulio Fiocchi joined Napoleon’s army in the early 1800s. Some time afterward he settled into a more comfortable life as a bank manager in Milan. In the 1870s Giulio was assigned to oversee a loan that his bank had granted the owner of a musket and black powder factory in nearby Lecco. When the owner defaulted, Giulio rode to Lecco on horseback to see what he could salvage for the bank. The factory owner was not in good financial shape at that point, so it wasn’t much.
But Giulio saw opportunity in the foreclosed factory. Although no more an expert on firearms than any other soldier, Giulio knew that breech loading weapons were becoming increasingly popular at the time. Giulio sat down with his brother Giacomo, an engineer educated at University of Milan. He asked Giacomo, almost certainly over wine, if he thought producing cased ammunition could turn a profit. Giacomo believed that it very much could.
The brothers convinced Giulio’s employer to lend them money to buy the defaulting factory, putting Fiocchi Munizioni in business in 1876. The brothers ceased all production of muskets the following year, choosing to focus entirely on brass cased cartridges with modern replaceable primers. Some years later they stopped producing unprofitable black powder as well.
Things went well for Giulio and Giacomo. The brothers built houses for their workers to live in, and paid them enough that they could even buy those houses. The school and nursery built for the Fiocchis’ workers are still in operation today!
A Reliable Wartime SupplierGiulio passed away in 1914 while Fiocchi served as Italy’s primary ammo supplier during the war. He had fathered 13 children, and bequeathed his company to his son Carlo. The company has been passed down through the Fiocchi family in that fashion to this day.
Shortly after the Second World War broke out, the Nazis seized control of the Fiocchi factory. Italy was on the same side as Germany, although their attitude toward the war was often more opportunistic than ideologically driven. When things started looking bleak for the Nazis, they decided to blow the factory to smithereens rather than let the Allied Forces take it. The Fiocchi workers managed to foil the Nazis’ plan -- only to see their factory nearly totalled by Allied bombers.
The Fiocchi brothers decided to rebuild instead of disbanding. They took the opportunity to build one of Europe’s most technologically advanced ammunition factories. Many of their new machines were engineered to manufacture cartridges and nothing else.
Fiocchi Heads to the U.S.Fiocchi’s first move to America came in the 50s. They partnered with Smith & Wesson to operate a factory in Illinois, but soon parted ways and withdrew from the U.S. entirely. A newer Carlo Fiocchi, whose mother was British, was placed in charge of the company’s English speaking markets in the 1980s. He too saw an opportunity, in America -- but only if Fiocchi had a physical presence there.
In 1983 Carlo built an importing facility in Springfield, MO, a location he chose in part for its access to trucking and rail routes. Within two years Carlo realized that manufacturing ammo in America would be more profitable than importing it, so he convinced his relative Paolo, then the president of Fiocchi, to let him build a factory. He bought the land he needed from a farmer in nearby Ozark. That farmer probably never had to farm again.
Fiocchi of America’s business was in rough shape after the turn of the millennium. Carlo and his executive team managed to turn things around, and increased sales fivefold within a few years. Today 75 percent of centerfire handgun cartridges and 100 percent of shotshells that Fiocchi sells in America is also made in America.
Fiocchi Ammo Today
Fiocchi remains as one of Italy’s biggest and oldest ammo manufacturers. In recent years the company has distinguished itself by contributing to several Olympic and ISSF World Cup victories, as well as by developing nontoxic and biodegradable tracer shotshells for training in clay shooting. Fiocchi currently offers a great variety of cartridges and shotshells under their Shooting Dynamics, Exacta, Little Rhino, Cowboy Action, and other labels. They are renowned for continuing to produce harder to find cartridges as well. Go with the Shooting Dynamics line if you're looking for a cheap Fiocchi ammo for range training. It offers reliable shooting without more expensive bullets like you'd want to use for hunting or self-defense.
Much of Fiocchi’s success is attributable to its owners’ commitment to innovative engineering. Members of the Fiocchi family are predominantly engineers, and personally design most of the machinery and prototypes used in their factories. The work they do keeps their ancestor Giulio’s vision alive, and his name remembered across the world.
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9MM FIOCCHI AMMO 115 GRAIN FMJ (1000 ROUNDS)ZERO Issues for firearms below 400 rounds shot through the following: Scorpion evo Glock 26 Glock 19 FN P9(01/14/2022)
9MM FIOCCHI AMMO 115 GRAIN FMJ (1000 ROUNDS)It goes bang when I pull the trigger and it hits what I'm aiming at if I don't screw up.(01/14/2022)
9MM FIOCCHI AMMO 115 GRAIN FMJ (1000 ROUNDS)This is top of the line Ball Ammo for 9mm!!!! Worth the buy!(07/23/2021)
308 WIN FIOCCHI PERFECTA 147 GRAIN FMJ (400 ROUNDS)Very accurate out of my FAL. No problems.(06/07/2021)
308 WIN FIOCCHI PERFECTA 147 GRAIN FMJ (400 ROUNDS)Bought for range. Took to range and have no complaints. I would say that the annealing is a little over the top. Nice packaging. Seems to be a quality product. Groups as good as Federal.(04/30/2021)
12 GAUGE FIOCCHI LAW ENFORCEMENT LOW RECOIL 2-3/4" 7/8 OZ. RIFLED SLUG (10 ROUNDS)Can’t say exactly how a human would fare not having had a home invasion, but there is no “evidence“ of the watermelon I shot out back. Thank you AMMOMAN for the right ammo at the right time.(10/24/2020)
12 Gauge 2 3/4" FIOCCHI WHITE RINO 1 1/8 OZ #7.5 SHOT (250 ROUNDS)I started recently getting into shotgun shoots on the weekends. Sporting clays, trap, skeet, etc but nothing super competitive. I had bought a case of these shells a while back and ran out. Thought nothing of it, went down to Wally World and bought the cheapest thing they had which ended up being 60 a case which is a HUGE difference from these. I thought to myself there is no way I believe it will be a 28 dollar difference. Well I'm a newbie to sporting clays as I usually like to shoot with the AR or Glock so I chalked that day up to my trash shooting capabilities more than the cheap shells. I tried some different shells the next time around and shot okay again. I'm not getting worst at shooting! I mean goodness gracious this is ridiculous. I shot a 36 (first time out) 2nd - 64 (these blue Fiocchi's) 3rd - 36 (trash shells from wally world) 4th - 50 (more attempt at cheap shells) Who knows if it's a coincidence or not but I will be "treating" myself to more of these shells really soon because whether it's mental or not, I need to be at least be back in the 60's lol.(10/10/2020)
7.62x39 FIOCCHI 124 GRAIN FMJ (1000 ROUNDS)I've shot most brands available, but Fiocchi is my go to in any caliber. It's consistently clean, and reliable. This ammo was no exception. For those of us who usually shoot at indoor ranges, the steel case stuff is a no go. This grouped more consistently in my Galil Ace pistol, than the Yugo surplus I have. My only complaint, is that this, and most ammo, is crazy expensive due to demand.(09/17/2020)
12 GAUGE FIOCCHI HIGH VELOCITY 2-3/4" #00 BUCK (250 ROUNDS)Excellent ammo , fast shipping, and decent price given the turmoil in the US.(08/28/2020)
300 AAC BLACKOUT FIOCCHI 150 GRAIN FMJ (500 ROUNDS)After going through around 10 rounds the primers started to fall out after being fired and jammed my rifle. I had to completely take apart the upper to try to get the jammed primers out. They work in a bolt action but keep them away from Semi Autos.(02/17/2020)