Most commercially available shotgun shells come in boxes of 25.
20-100 USD a box
I have just bought a box of the 125th anniversary Winchester shotgun shells for $25.00 Canadian. I have found a box for $70.00 Canadian also. The box that I just bought is in very mint condition hope this helps you.
20 is typical. Specialized loadings might be sold in five round packages.
if box is good condition, and all shells in it...100$
A box of shotgun shells is usually 25 rounds. Some of the buckshot, slug, and specialty rounds are packaged in five round packs. That being said, the predominate 25 round box is often packed in cases of ten boxes. However, there are four box and twenty box cases. Particularly if you are using twelve gauge size rounds, more than twenty boxes would be awkward (and heavy) to move.
You will have to find someone who specializes in collecting them. Otherwise, they are not worth any more than a regular box of shotgun shells.
The letters BB indicate the size of the shot that is in the shotgun shell.This is telling you that your shot size in the shell is the same size as used in BB guns.
Shotguns neither fire bullets, nor do they use clips. The capacity for each shotgun will vary by model, load, and magazine. A Remington 870 off-the-shelf holds five rounds. The Saiga shotgun uses a detachable box magazine which may hold anywhere from five to 30 shotgun shells.
blue an yellow box in good shape full and unfired shells about 30 to 40 bucks Red and black same as above 20 to 30 bucks
You can find recipies for stuffed shells at your local library. Many libraries have a large selection of cookbooks featuring dishes from all over the world. There are also a lot of magazines that have great recipies in them. You can also look on the box that the shells come in. A lot of times there are recepies included right on the box.
2 to 5 lbs never put one on a scale but that's what it fells like to me roughly