1000 Rounds of .38 Special Ammo by Fiocchi - 125gr JHP

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Ammo Overview

Ammo Quantity - 1,000 rounds per case; 50 rounds per box
Ammo Manufacturer - Fiocchi
Projectiles - 125 grain jacketed hollow point (JHP)
Ammo Casings - Boxer-primed brass

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Have a handy little snubnose that lives beneath your waistband? It’s convenient to conceal but not all that easy to fire accurately, which is why you’ll benefit from training the same way you would fight. This case of 38 Special self-defense ammo by Fiocchi is the perfect way to hone your skills without going broke in the process!

This cartridge features a 125 grain bullet, which roars out of the muzzle at 1,000 fps. The bullet’s jacket fortifies it for reliably deep penetration of the target, at which point its nose cavity springs into action to create a wide and positively unpleasant wound channel. Such a bullet does a good job of quickly transferring the 38 Special’s admittedly limited energy!

Fiocchi’s Pistol Shooting Dynamics ammo is made right here in America, where each round receives a non-corrosive Boxer primer and consistently loaded charge of clean burning propellant. The 38 Special is a popular round among handloaders, and they’ll all be equally pleased by Fiocchi’s uniformly drawn and impressively supple brass shell casings.

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Posted On: 6/12/2020 By: Linda

A: Hello Linda! I'm afraid that's not enough info for me to go on. If your firearm is chambered for 38 S&W, it might have "38 S&W CTG" engraved on its frame or barrel. That's a different cartridge than this one, however.

Posted On: 6/9/2020 By: Susan Faes

A: Absolutely! With a longer barrel this round's bullet will be even faster upon exiting the muzzle.

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