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About Rio Ammo

Rio Ammunition, established in 1896 in Spain, is a prominent manufacturer in the ammunition industry, known for its dedication to innovation, quality, and safety.

Since its inception, the company has been committed to providing shooters and hunters around the world with high-performance ammunition products. Rio Ammunition boasts a diverse product line, including shotgun shells designed for hunting, competitive shooting, and law enforcement applications.

Emphasizing continuous improvement through research and development, the company aims to enhance its offerings to meet the dynamic needs of its wide-ranging customer base. The commitment to excellence at Rio Ammunition is underscored by stringent quality control measures, ensuring that each product adheres to the highest standards of reliability and performance.

With a global footprint, Rio Ammunition has solidified its reputation as a trusted and valued name in ammunition manufacturing, reflecting its longstanding success in delivering customer satisfaction and innovation since its founding over a century ago.


Popular Rio Ammunition Calibers

Well-regarded for its extensive range of shotgun ammunition, Rio Ammunition caters to various shooting disciplines, including hunting, target shooting, competitive shooting, and law enforcement.

Some of the most commonly sought-after Rio ammunition calibers include:

12 Gauge
The most popular and versatile gauge, widely used in hunting, sport shooting, and tactical applications.

16 Gauge
A classic choice that bridges the gap between the 12 gauge and 20 gauge, appreciated by enthusiasts for its unique balance of power and manageability.

20 Gauge
Offers a lighter recoil compared to the 12 gauge, making it a favorite for hunters and shooters seeking a more manageable shooting experience.

28 Gauge
Known for its excellent balance of lightweight and performance, preferred by hunters and sport shooters for upland game hunting and clay pigeon shooting.

.410 Gauge
The smallest of the traditional shotgun sizes, favored for its low recoil and precision, often used in competitive shooting and small game hunting.