25 Rounds of .44 Mag Ammo by PMC - 180gr JHP

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Ammo Overview

Quantity - 25 rounds per box
Manufacturer - PMC
Bullets - 180 grain jacketed hollow point (JHP)
Casings - Boxer-primed brass


A versatile, fast round for your tried and true .44 Remington magnum. This 180 grain semi jacketed hollow point load is generally accepted as a great alternative to the very heavy 240 grain load. This is for situations where you want a bit less recoil or you want a bit more velocity and penetration. The round is suitable for use in hunting scenarios where medium game like hogs are the target. While it can easily be used for deer and other larger game it is better suited to moderately sized game in the field, or for rang shooting purposes.

A great bulk discount is available for these speedy bullets and the price point is already very good. Part of these PMC value line of reloadable brass cartridges, these rounds can be expected to achieve velocities of about 1750 and giving 1225 ft. lbs. of energy at the muzzle.

As a self-defense choice these are capable of extreme penetration and offer enough lead on target to be a viable threat stopper for any realistic threat. The extreme velocity and the highly deforming semi-jacketed hollow points, while straight out of the “Dirty Harry” era, are still obvious performers when compared to any of its peers for personal protection.

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Posted On: 6/28/2020 By: Bruce Galleske

A: For hunting elk with a 44 Mag revolver, you'll want a cartridge with no lighter than a 240 grain bullet. At 180 grains, this round's bullet will deliver less of the momentum you need to reach so substantial a quarry's vital organs. You would do well with a hard cast bullet, which emphasizes weight retention and penetration during its terminal performance by forgoing expansion. Hornady's XTP, which possesses a very substantial jacket, would also perform well, especially at 300 grains. Of the ammunition we have in stock, I believe Federal's 240 grain soft point would give you the best terminal performance for elk: bulkammo.com/bulk-44-mag-ammo-44mag240grspae44bfed-50. As much as I'd like to earn your business this time, I can't say this round would do better than a 240 grain or heavier hard cast or a 300 grain XTP!

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