50 Rounds of .357 Mag Ammo by Magtech - 158gr SJHP

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Quantity - 50 rounds per box
Manufacturer - Magtech Ammunition
Bullets - 158 grain semi-jacketed hollow-point (SJHP)
Casings - Boxer-primed brass


Seemingly "Old School", this .357 Magnum cartridge was way ahead of its time, thanks to the devastating inherent ballistics for the cartridge. The Semi jacketed hollow point projectile design as classic as it is; is still exceptionally potent on target. A lot of the engineering we had in the 1960’s and 1970’s shaped the engineering feats in ammo in the recent decades.

The .357 Magnum by MagTech in a SJHP (Semi Jacketed Hollow Point) configuration is a very solid one load choice for those who prefer to carry what they shoot at the range. And while you won’t have exactly the same deformation reliability and the uniform expansion of a more engineered projectile, you will have excellent ballistics and time tested; proven one shot stop potential.

Very solid numbers like the 1230 feet per second velocity and the 530 ft. lbs. of energy at the bore exit means this is a no-nonsense round and will be able to fire from any firearm

This is a relatively hot load with above average recoil, and a strong contender as a range round as well as a more than adequate .357 magnum carry load. It will shoot out of any .357 magnum firearm reliably.

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Posted On: 10/21/2011 By: Anthony

A: You might find that the 158 grain loads actually have a little less recoil than the tooth-rattling 125 grain loads, which are driven at extreme velocities.

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