50 Rounds of .380 ACP Ammo by Winchester - 85gr JHP

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Ammo Quantity - 50 rounds per box
Ammo Manufacturer - Winchester Silvertip Super-X
Bullets - 85 grain jacketed hollow point (JHP)
Ammo Casings - boxer primed brass


The Winchester Super-X .380 ACP 85 grain SilverTip Jacketed Hollow Point or JHP ammunition is made in the USA at the Winchester Olin factory. They have serrations cut into the tip of the jacket so the entire bullet, jacket and lead core, will reliably expand upon impact with its intended target. These specially designed .380 SilverTip bullets are loaded into a high polished, thick walled, reloadable, Boxer primed, new brass cases. They have a muzzle velocity of 1000-feet per second of subsonic power, and a muzzle energy of 189-foot pounds. They come in the Winchester Super-X package we all know so well, in 50 round boxes that are ideal for a trip to the range with family and friends.

The Winchester Super-X line of Ammo was developed as a value line that would bridge the gap between price and quality, making it a staple in the ammunition marketplace for multiple years since. Winchester debuted the Super-X cartridge line and it was immediately brought to the fore-front of the ammo world in 1922. It was an instant success and has been available to consumers ever since. In addition to great prices and quality offerings, Winchester Super-X ammo is popular in the shooting world for their reliability, tight manufacturing tolerances, and load variety. The line-up includes popular carbine and rifle cartridges in multiple calibers, handgun rounds in most of the well-known calibers, and shotgun shells in many gauges, designed for hunting specific game animals.

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