- Manufacturer Aguila
- Condition New
- Bullet Weight 95gr
- Projectile Type FMJ
- Ammo Use Type Range Training
- Casing Type Brass
- Q & A
In 2012, Defense Distributed was launched as an open-source organization with the purpose of designing firearms made using 3-D printers. And on May 6, 2013, they came out with The Liberator, a 3-D printer-created firearm chambered in .380 ACP. It is a single-use pistol, and within two days of the design’s release, the State Department forced the company to cease design distribution. Of course, the plans are out there now, and from a technology standpoint, it isn’t just firearms aficionados who have to admit the cool factor of The Liberator.
For your own handgun, these Aguila .380 ACP 95 grain FMJ rounds will give you time to improve your marksmanship skills with more than just one shot. Although The Liberator has only been around for a short time, .380 ACP has been around for more than 100 years, and it’s obvious why shooters use it for self-defense purposes. In order to make sure you’re ready for whatever self-defense scenario might happen, you need to put some serious lead down-range, and with 1,000 rounds in this box, you can do just that. And because they’re made with virgin brass cases and boxer primed, they can be reloaded, giving you even more range time.
Aguila manufactures its ammunition in Mexico at the TECNOS plant. For more than 50 years, they’ve worked to produce good quality rounds for shooters internationally and each and every round is made under the watchful eyes of their team. These are moderately weighted 95 grain and have a muzzle velocity of 945 feet per second. Muzzle energy is 188 foot-pounds. They’re non-corrosive, so they create less friction in your gun’s barrel, and reviewers say their guns stay cleaner, longer. Order your 1,000 round box today, because your gun doesn’t stop at one shot; you can burn through this box in no time and come back for more.
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