50 Rounds of .38 Super +P Ammo by PMC - 130gr FMJ

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Ammo Quantity - 50 rounds
Ammo Manufacturer - PMC
Bullets - 130 grain +P full-metal-jacket (FMJ)
Ammo Casings - Boxer-primed brass


The increasingly popular .38 Super cartridge is now more widely available than ever thanks to this load from PMC. These cartridges use a 130 grain full metal jacket bullet and produce a muzzle velocity of 1,100 feet per second. While this load does not take full advantage of the full performance potential of the .38 Super, the mild recoil it generates makes it an excellent target round for 1911s chambered in the cartridge. Each box contains 50 rounds in boxer-primed brass cases.

All .38 Super ammo is designated as +P to further distinguish it from the older, lower-pressure .38 ACP cartridge. This ammo is safe to fire in any gun chambered for .38 Super.

PMC is a brand of Poongsan, a South Korean munitions company known for supplying the Republic of Korea Armed Forces. With PMC, Poongsan leverages its massive production capacity and advanced quality control measures to deliver high quality ammo that meets the performance and price requirements of US shooters.

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Posted On: 3/8/2021 By: Rodney Collins

A: Thanks for reaching out Rodney! 38 Special and 38 Special +P share identical dimensions. The latter is just loaded hotter, so it creates greater chamber pressure to deliver a higher muzzle velocity. This ammo will fit just fine in your Charter Arms revolver. I'd just make certain it's also rated for 38 Special +P before you fire this ammo in it. I expect it is, but it's best to be sure.

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