50 Rounds of .357 Mag Ammo by Fiocchi - 158gr CMJ

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Quantity - 50 rounds per box
Manufacturer - Fiocchi
Bullets - 158 grain complete metal jacket flat-point (CMJFP)
Casings - Boxer-primed brass

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Fiocchi's CMJFP bullet is designed specifically for getting practice at the range. The Complete Metal Jacket bullet has no exposed lead at its base, reducing the shooter's exposure to lead, which is a benefit in indoor ranges. Furthermore, the flat-point creates highly visible splashes on paper, leaving no question as to where the round impacted. This makes it easy to get immediate feedback on your shot impacts. You won't have to waste time reeling your paper back in to see where you hit when these .357 Magnum CMJFP bullets leave big splashes on the paper down-range.

These 158 grain .357 Magnum CMJFP ammunition by Fiocchi produce 522 foot pounds of muzzle energy while traveling out of the barrel at 1,220 feet per second. Their boxer-primed brass can be reused safely. They come packaged in a plastic tray containing 50 rounds, wrapped in a beautifully decorated Fiocchi branded cardstock box.

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Posted On: 3/27/2021 By: Sheri

A: Thank you for reaching out Sheri! You would ideally use a hollow point bullet for home protection, although we haven't got any in stock at the moment so that's a moot point. But without question, the LRNFP is the better bullet for self-defense. Because the pure lead bullet lacks a hard jacket, it's capable of deforming as it penetrates soft tissue to deal greater damage to it. I do like that it's a flat point as well – that means it will exert more of its energy to its target during the instant of impact, probably tear a wider wound channel than a round nose, and have a greater chance of deforming more as it penetrates. This is basically the same kind of bullet cowboys would have used in their six-shooters.

Posted On: 5/31/2020 By: J. Jefferson

A: This round is not the best choice for personal protection. An FMJ or TMJ bullet is jacketed, which means it's not capable to expanding inside a target. You want expansion because it creates a wider wound channel and transfers more of its energy while it penetrates. If you're looking for a box of 357 Magnum ammo that's designed for self-defense and not target practice, then you'll be much better off with this: bulkammo.com/bulk-357-mag-ammo-357mag158grsjhprtp357m2rem-50. That's a hollow point bullet on that round, which is designed to mushroom inside a target and do much greater damage to it in the process!

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