2.5" Shells

Information on 2.5" Shotgun shells

Use all information at your own risk...

How can you tell if your older gun is 2 1/2" (65mm) or 2 3/4" (70mm)?
The easiest way is that it will be marked on the water table. If not you can take it to a gunsmith and have them verify it. A quick method is the measure the chamber. If the length come out at around 2 3/4", then you gun should be shooting 2 1/2" (65mm) shells. The 2 3/4" length gives the shell space to open. (note: a 2 3/4" gun will have chambers that measure 3")

RST
http://www.rstshells.com/ - Probably the easiest shells to come by, high quality, good price.

Holland and Holland
www.classicshooting.com Importer for Holland and Holland shells.

GUNBROKER - people are generally selling here
http://www.gunbroker.com/

MAGTECH Brass shells
from Buffalo Arms http://www.buffaloarms.com
from Midway http://www.midwayusa.com/viewproduct/?productnumber=1657554245/

Gamebore from Midways
http://www.midwayusa.com/Search/#gamebore____-_1-2-4_8-16-32

Cabeleas - at one point in time they offered 2 1/2 shells
http://www.cabeleas.com

Midway - at one point in time they offered 2 1/2 shells
http://www.midway.com

OTHERS
http://www.mashburnssafarimilitarygoods.com
http://www.polywad-shotgun-shells.com/
Grafs and Son:http://www.grafs.com/fc/product/113372

DIFFERENT MANUFACTURES OF 2.5" AMMO
Gamebore http://www.gamebore.com/
MAGTECH http://www.magtechammunition.com/
Gyttorp http://http://www.gyttorp.com (Phesant and Gyttorp Roda (red)) or   http://http://www.gyttorp.se
Eley http://www.eleyhawkltd.com/
Hull http://www.hullcartridge.co.uk
Sellier & Bellot http://www.sellier-bellot.cz makes some 67.5 mm cartridges, that is usually fine to shoot in guns that use 65mm - use at your own risk
Rottweil http://www.rottweil-munition.com/en/ also 67.5mm
Bismuth
Hodgdon

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