Fowling piece, scattergun, peppergun, shotgun: the naming choice for your pride and joy isn’t important, but what goes in it is. The blunderbuss, arquebus, and musket all had their place in early shotgun history for their incredible close-range firepower and moving-target effectiveness, but were limited to rough shot and out of round steel to be shot out of their 4 ½’ to 5 ½’ smooth bore barrels. Today’s sophisticated offerings require a little more finesse. Enter Aguila shotgun shells. From high velocity buckshot to pigeon loads, from 16 gauge to the versatile Minishell, the same strict performance standards, high-quality materials, and attention to detail used in the pistol cartridges are found under every crimp of every shell. Aguila shotgun shells are redefining the genre. Aguila’s extensive shotshell line has something for everyone – whether the application is hunting, competition, clays, or home defense – from .410 to 12 Gauge and everything in between.