50 Rounds of .38 Spl Ammo by Sellier & Bellot - 158gr FMJ

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Bullet Type – 158gr FMJ
Quantity - 50 Rounds
Manufacturer - Sellier & Bellot
Origin - Czech Republic
Casing - Boxer-primed brass


If you're looking for a .38 Special target load that you can shoot indoors, you can't go wrong with this ammunition from Sellier & Bellot. These cartridges fire a 158 grain full metal jacket bullet that produces less fouling than lead round nose bullets, as well as reduced heavy metal exposure. With a muzzle velocity of 889 feet per second, this is a medium-power load that will produce more recoil than mild target ammo, and serves well as a stand-in for more powerful defensive hollow points. Each box contains 50 rounds.

Sellier & Bellot ammunition is loaded in the Czech Republic using non-corrosive Boxer primers and reloadable brass cases.

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Posted On: 10/2/2022 By: Tim

A: Thanks for reaching out Tim! There are only two handgun cartridges I'm aware of that begin with 7.65, and neither is interchangeable with 38 Special. The 7.65mm Parabellum (aka 30 Luger and 7.65 Luger) has a bottlenecked case, so it doesn't resemble a 38 Special at first glance. The 7.65x20mm Long has a straight case and does look like a 38 Special, which is why I'm guessing that's what your handgun is chambered for. Naturally I cannot confirm anything without seeing your handgun for myself, so please take my sleuthing with a grain of salt. In any event, I'm sorry to say we haven't got either type of ammunition stock. Both are fairly rare nowadays, but companies do manufacture them. I'd advise showing your handgun to a gun expert, like the owner of a local gun shop, before you purchase ammo. Let them take a hands-on look before you commit to buying anything!

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