50 Rounds of .38 S&W Ammo by Fiocchi - 145gr FMJ

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Ammo Quantity - 50 rounds
Ammo Manufacturer - Fiocchi
Bullets - 145 grain Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
Ammo Casings - Boxer-primed brass


A fifty round box of .38 S&W Corto (.38 S&W Short) ammunition by Fiocchi, in what is one of the better loads available for the classic cartridge. This is a load that is built to be used in guns that cannot handle max pressure loads and it will function in guns that are safe to fire, generally regardless of age. The load is modeled after the original specification for the cartridge and that means you have little risk shooting this in your older firearms – so long as they are deemed safe to shoot.

Fiocchi’s commitment to shooters allows them to make cartridges that are largely out of favor because they want to make sure all types of shooters can enjoy the sport. The mentality of the company is to make sure that the value is conveyed through to the end user. It’s why you see thoughtful pricing and added benefits to the cartridges at those lower prices. FIocchi has been doing this for a very long time: offering low priced high-quality ammunition. The factory has history back to 1876 and the family owned business aspect is very important to the owners. Now that Fiocchi has stepped into the major role of big ammunition player, they still carry on that tradition of providing thoughtful and needed cartridges with a value attached through great pricing.

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Posted On: 4/9/2019 By: Eric

A: Hi Eric. As rare as it is, you have the advantage on me. I am not familiar with the Corte round you mention. I have never heard of any substitution for the .38SW round but, like I said, I am unfamiliar with the one you mentioned. You may want to consult with a gunsmith on this one.

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