1000 Rounds of .38 Spl Ammo by Federal American Eagle - 130gr FMJ

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Ammo Quantity - 1,000 rounds (50 rounds per box, 20 boxes per case)
Ammo Manufacturer - Federal American Eagle
Bullets - 130 grain full-metal jacket (FMJ)
Ammo Casings - Boxer-primed brass


If you have a favorite revolver, you know there is nothing like a few solid hours of target practice to put you in a good mood. This .38 Special ammo by Federal American Eagle is made for more than just plinking, though; the feel and performance of this ammo is meant to resemble higher-end practical application loads so you can prep for real-world situations while on the range.

These .38 Spl brass-cased cartridges are Boxer-primed and filled with clean-burning powders. Each one is topped with a 130gr full metal jacket (FMJ) projectile that fires at 890 fps. This is a fun round to shoot with minimal kickback, and the 1000-round case makes this affordable ammo a no-brainer.

Federal's American Eagle brand offers reliable and versatile range options for shooters looking to hone their skills. Order this .38 Spl ammo today!

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Posted On: 9/27/2011 By: Sylvia

A: It is best to keep ammunition in a cool (but not cold), dry place. If stored in this manner, the ammunition will be reliable for years.

Posted On: 9/27/2011 By: Nathan

A: Outside of a confined space, ammo that "cooks off" does not pose much of a threat. The case itself might rupture because it is not contained within a chamber. The bullet will not separate from the case at a significant velocity.

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