Posted On: 11/30/2022
By: Adam McKim
A: Thanks for reaching out Adam! 9mm Browning Court, 380 ACP and 380 Auto are all different names for the same exact type of ammunition. GECO and Sellier & Bellot are not the same company. GECO ammo is made in Germany, Switzerland, Sweden and Hungary, whereas Sellier & Bellot ammo is made in the Czech Republic. I believe the GECO 380 round has a 95gr FMJ. That's not very different from this round's 92gr FMJ, and their muzzle velocities aren't too far apart from each other either. You wouldn't get identical recoil and ballistic performance, but I believe you would still be satisfied if you were only accustomed to the GECO ammo.
Posted On: 6/22/2021
A: No sir, I'm afraid they're two very different cartridges. You can only fire 38 S&W (aka 38 S&W Short) in your revolver, though I regret that we haven't got any in stock at the moment. We do update our inventory frequently, so I hope you'll check back in again soon!
Posted On: 5/29/2021
A: Thanks for reaching out Edso! You can select either FedEx or UPS when you order.
Posted On: 6/17/2020
A: Thanks for reaching out, John! This FMJ ammo should make a suitable selection for target shooting with your handgun.
I'd advise you to avoid total metal jacket (TMJ) bullets with that handgun. A ported barrel can shave off a piece of that bullet's jacket and pose a risk of injury.
If you're just getting ammo for the first time, I'd also recommend cartridges that are designed for self-defense. We've currently got Speer Gold Dot 380 ACP ammo with expanding bullets in stock: bulkammo.com/bulk-380-acp-ammo-380auto90grjhpsgd-50
Posted On: 5/12/2012
A: Sellier & Bellot's 380 Auto ammunition has a red primer sealant which is designed to prevent moisture intrusion helping increase the storage life of this ammo.