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50 Rounds of .380 ACP Ammo by GECO - 95gr FMJ

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Bullet Type – 95gr FMJ
Quantity - 50 Rounds
Manufacturer - GECO
Origin - Europe
Suitable for – Range/Target
Casings – Boxer-primed brass


This affordable .380 ACP ammunition from GECO (a division of European defense contractor RUAG) makes an excellent practice round for carry pistols like Walther PPs, Glock 42s, Ruger LCPs, and S&W Bodyguards, among others. Each cartridge in this box of 50 fires a 96 grain full metal jacket bullet at 900 feet per second.

GECO is a European manufacturer of quality target ammo. Founded in Germany in 1887, the company became part of Dynamit Nobel in 1963; in 2002, it became a subsidiary of multinational defense contractor RUAG. The company's product lines run the gamut from airgun pellets to centerfire rifle cartridges and shotgun shells.

This ammunition comes in boxes of 50 and uses non-corrosive Boxer primers and reloadable brass cases.

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