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50 Rounds of .380 ACP Ammo by Wolf - 94gr FMJ

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Ammo Quantity - 50 rounds per box
Ammo Manufacturer - Wolf Military Classic
Bullets - 94 grain full metal jacket (FMJ)
Ammo Casings - Berdan primed steel

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Wolf Military Classic Ammo is one of the most well-known ammunition companies out there because of their cost-to-value ratio. These WPA 380 ACP 94 grain 50 round ammo boxes are no different. This 380 Auto ammo boasts the usual Wolf steel centerfire cases, non-corrosive Berdan primers, and full metal jacket bullets.

Wolf's full metal jacket is constructed of a bi-metal composition so it will stick to a magnet, however these are NOT armor piercing and DO NOT have any sort of steel core inside. These WPA 380 cartridges have a muzzle velocity of 943 feet per second and the steel cases and non-reloadable. The Wolf 380 ACP rounds are a great buy and come ready to use in your pistol or carbine right out of the Wolf Military Classic packaging.

If you’re not ready to take these to the range or out to the desert to do some plinking, you can store them in the WPA box for years to come and keep them for when you are ready to break out your 380 pistol. The .380 ACP was designed for smaller firearms and just like the .45 ACP, was developed by John Moses Browning. Also known as the .380 Auto, and 9mm Browning cartridge, the .380 ACP was brought to the market in 1908 and has remained in use ever since.

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