How exactly are shotgun shells loaded on an industrial scale?
A trip to the Federal ammunition plant answers this question.
Witness first hand how shotgun shells are made at Federal.
If you love shotgun shooting you go through plenty of those magical plastic and brass/steel shells. Loaded up with your favorite shot size game animals and clay pigeons are our favorite ways to use them up rather quickly.
Do we think much about how they are made on a commercial scale? Probably not as we buy a box for our favorite shooting sports. YouTuber BobbyGuyFilms took trip to the Federal ammunition plant to see just how it is all done.
If you have ever been curious on how shotshells are made this is the video to watch.
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