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50 Rounds of .357 Mag Ammo by Aguila - 158gr SJSP

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Quantity - 50 rounds per box
Manufacturer - Aguila Ammunition
Bullets - 158 grain semi-jacketed soft-point (SJSP)
Casings - Boxer-primed nickel-plated brass


Although based in Mexico, Aguila Ammunition was established in collaboration with Remington Arms in 1961. As Latin America’s foremost ammunition manufacturer, they serve as the primary ammo supplier to the Mexican military, and also provide their quality products to the American sporting market as well.

This 357 Mag cartridge features a 158 grain projectile. The semi-jacketed soft point bullet is a viable alternative to the hollow point variety, as its exposed lead tip provides reliable and devastating expansion upon impact, while its partial jacket gives it significantly deeper penetration so it may travel deeper into a target before expansion initiates. That makes this round ideal for self-defense.

This cartridge’s brass casing sports a nickel plating, so it will not only feed and eject reliably but will weather well against adverse elements, too. Its non-corrosive Boxer primer makes it a perfect choice for handloading.

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