Transcript from Steve's Video:
These are both Fiocchi's. The clear one there, that's a .209 primed hull. It's a shotgun hull, but all it has is a .209 primer in it. If you look at it real close you can see there's nothing in it. Just a .209.
This is a popper. It's a shotgun shell, but it's got powder and it's got a little grit inside there.
The biggest difference in them is volume. This is a primed hull, the quiet one.
This is a popper.
You can even feel the blowback.
Rob: So why would you use those?
Well, in hunt tests and training situations like we were doing earlier with the wingers, you are throwing the dummy far out but you want to give the dog the illusion that you fired the shot. You would shoot that yourself, but it's a blank. They are relatively harmless. You don't want to get them fired at you, but that's the idea behind them.