50 Rounds of 95gr FMJ .380 ACP Ammo by Aguila
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Never before in firearms history have the affectionately-termed pocket pistols been so diverse, and if you want a truly easy to conceal version, you want .380 ACP. This cartridge is an American one through and through, created by John Browning for one of his Colt pistols back in 1908 and reaching new heights of popularity in recent years. It has also gained an international following, starting back when the Germans and Italians frequently utilized it during World War II. And as of 2014, Glock has finally joined the frenzy, marketing their Glock 42 – which is chambered in .380 ACP – in the United States.
This is Aguila ammunition, a company widely known for following careful quality control measures and producing accurate, affordable ammunition. Aguila has been produced under the umbrella of TECNOS since 1961 both domestically and internationally. TECNOS is located in Mexico, which helps to keep costs down, allowing you to spend more time at the range. Shooters who have used this ammunition praise its dependable feeding and ejecting as well as how clean their guns remained after having a significant number of rounds put through them.
Keeping recoil to a minimum is important for .380 ACP, because that low recoil is a big part of what avid shooters love. These rounds are 95 grain, which is a medium weight overall although the most common for the caliber. Their weight helps them maintain low recoil and speed; these rounds have a muzzle velocity of 945 feet per second. And they’ll put a nice hole in your targets with a muzzle energy of 188 foot-pounds. These are FMJ rounds, so use them for target practice and plinking. You get 50 rounds in the box, which is just right for spending some time at the range or taking some time out in the afternoon to knock a few cans over. And they’re brass cased and boxer primed, so you can reload. Get a box today and hone your skills tomorrow.
Want more of this Aguila ammo? Check out the full case of 380 ammo here.