50 Rounds of .380 ACP Ammo by SinterFire RHA - 75gr Frangible

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Ammo Overview

Quantity - 50 rounds per box
Manufacturer - SinterFire
Bullets - 75 grain frangible
Casings - Boxer-primed brass


When it comes to frangible ammunition for your 380 ACP pistol, there's no bigger name in the game than Sinterfire.

This 380 ammo is a little bit different from your standard gun food for the range. Loaded with 75 grain frangible bullets, these rounds are designed to essentially powderize upon impact with a hard target. That means if you're shooting steel or something along those lines, your odds of seeing injury thanks to ricochet are dramatically reduced. That reduced risk of ricochet is one reason a lot of law enforcement agencies love frangible ammunition for close quarters training.

The Sinterfire bullet is manufactured using a blend of copper and tin. This composite material then goes through a proprietary heat treatment process that’s unique to Sinterfire. That heat treatment is what allows the bullet to break into small particles when it makes impact with a target.

Sinterfire has been a leader in frangible ammo since it started production in Pennsylvania in 1998. Trusted by law enforcement agencies all over the country, you can’t go wrong with these reliably feeding rounds.

These rounds feature factory new brass and are packaged with 50 rounds per box.

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Posted On: 1/28/2022 By: Kirby

A: Thanks for reaching out Kirby! According to the 2017 SinterFire reloading manual, the correct OAL for a 100gr franfible load is 1.120 in. They don't offer any data for their 75gr load, unfortunately. I'll reach out to them and ask, and update this comment if I get a good answer for you.

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