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100 Rounds of .380 ACP Ammo by MBI - 95gr FMJ

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Ammo Overview

Ammo Quantity - 100 rounds per sealed pack
Ammo Manufacturer - Military Ballistics Industries
Bullets - 95 grain full-metal jacket (FMJ)
Ammo Casings - once-fired boxer-primed brass


100 rounds of high quality remanufactured ammunition. For MBI this ammunition represents a once fired brass casing which is then reloaded with premium components and brought back into a stringent specification. If you are comfortable shooting remanufactured ammunition, you’ll likely enjoy shooting MBI’s offerings. Note however, that many new small framed .380 guns are hard to find a pet ammo for. Many high-end, very expensive ammunitions are rejected by these firearms until they are well broken in. You won’t magically solve your problem, if you gun is not properly broken in, or if it has problems with a lot of different ammo choices, by opting for MBI .380 remanufactured loads.

Make sure you understand what you are getting and what your needs are before you make any ammunition purchase. MBI is not an exception. What you will likely find, is the same thing that many users find: MBI ammunition is an excellent choice to save some money and your gun functions fine with it. You will likely be pleased with this high quality ammunition that has been loaded to a lofty specification with a set of high end components by a reputable remanufacturer of ammunition.

If you are looking to stock-up, we also offer this in a bulk 1,000 round case. You'll save a little money per round if you stack it deep!

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