Even when you carry a firearm with low recoil like the .380 ACP you need to spend time at the range. Accuracy, shot placement, grouping – there are a number of skills that only develop with time and practice. And due to the smaller size of your .380 ACP it’s actually at its best in closer quarters – remember, most self-defense shootings occur with a range of 7 feet – so you need to make sure you’re familiar with its capabilities and performance at a variety of ranges. In order to do that you’re going to need a big box of ammunition, and that’s where Federal comes in.
These.380 ACP rounds are 95 grain, making them lightweight for the cartridge size. At this weight they’ll move down-range with greater speed while maintaining the lower felt recoil you expect from your pistol. They’re Full Metal Jacket (FMJ) rounds, so they won’t expand on impact but simply create a through-and-through and continue going. Target rounds are prone to over-penetration, making it even more important you have a reliable backstop in place during range time. Each of these rounds leaves the barrel of your gun at a muzzle velocity of 960 feet per second and muzzle energy of 194 foot-pounds. These Federal rounds are best for target practice, shooting drills, and plinking.
There are 400 target rounds in this box of ammunition. With 400 rounds you can spend quite a bit of time working on your skills with your .380 ACP; every time you squeeze the trigger your marksmanship skills are affected, so you need to make it count. These target rounds are made by Federal, a company with almost 100 years of experience in the ammunition industry and a solid reputation for quality and reliable performance. Federal manufactures ammunition at their factory in Anoka, Minnesota, and all ammunition undergoes rigorous testing and strict quality control measures. You need range time with your .380 ACP, whether to specifically hone your skills for self-defense or to simply punch holes in paper. Order today to get a box of ammo big enough to keep you and your pistol going for some time.
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