50 Rounds of 125gr FMJ .357 Mag Ammo by Armscor
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Armscor is known in particular for their manufacture of the 1911, specifically the Rock Island Armory 1911 series and the STI Spartan, which is Cimarron Firearms pre-1923 model 1911. That isn’t all they make, though, they make all manner of revolvers, semi-auto handguns, shotguns and rifles – and, of course, they make ammo. They have their beginnings back in 1911 – yes, really – when the Squires, Bingham & Co. retailer went into business, branched out into firearms, and became Armscor. Today they supply the Philippine Army with ammunition and distribute all their products globally. Their headquarters are in Marikina, Philippines, and they have a distribution center in the U.S. in Pahrump, Nevada, with a branch in Stevensville, Montana.
This particular Armscor ammunition is .357 Magnum. It’s a lightweight 125 grain, so it’s going to fly down-range at astounding speeds, and still deliver the kind of stupendous strength you expect. These are Full Metal Jacket rounds, so they don’t expand on impact and are best for target practice, shooting drills, and plinking. Armscor produces them in virgin brass cases using boxer primer, so you can collect your spent brass, reload, and get back to what really matters – shooting. This ammunition leaves the barrel of your gun with a fantastic muzzle velocity of 1875 feet per second and slams into your target with a muzzle energy of 984 foot-pounds.
There are 50 target rounds in this single box of ammunition. It’s the perfect size for stashing in your range bag and great for stacking in your safe, because everyone should have a good stockpile for a rainy day. Even when your preferred pistol is enormously powerful, you need to practice with it. There’s just no such thing as a gun that’s so good it aims itself or pulls its own trigger, so you need target ammunition like this to train. Your gun can’t do the work for you, and anyway, it’s fun to hit the range with your .357 Magnum. Get your order in right away, and train right.