1000 Rounds of 158gr FMJ .357 Mag Ammo by Armscor
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The .357 Magnum has been around since 1934, and over the years it’s proven its versatility time and again. When it first came out it was widely used for hunting, and seasoned shooters used it to take down everything from deer to moose to bears to walrus. Yes, really, walrus. This is a fantastically powerful round capable of intense energy transfer and enormous stopping power, but even though it’s a big, bad round, shot placement still counts for something. Taking down bigger game with a .357 Magnum goes a lot more smoothly with accuracy, and in order to get the accuracy you need to be a truly successful hunter, you need practice. To practice, you need a lot of ammo. For a lot of ammo…well, read on.
This is a 1000-round box of ammo brought to you (of you order it) by Armscor. At 158 grain they’re considered medium-weight rounds for the .357 Magnum, but even at medium-weight they’re capable of major knockdown power and still move more than slightly fast. These are FMJ rounds specifically designed for target practice, shooting drills, and plinking, so if you’re going to commit serious range time to improving shot placement, this is the ammunition for you. Each of these rounds goes zipping down-range like greased lightning at a muzzle velocity of 1875 feet per second and tears into your target with a muzzle energy of 984 foot-pounds.
Armscor, whose full name is the Arms Corporation of the Philippines, is, of course, located in the Philippines. They’re actually the biggest arms and ammunition manufacturer in Southeast Asia and have spent years building a solid reputation in the industry. They were founded after World War II and have always kept up on the latest technology, but they also know the value of putting attention to detail and strict quality control into use to ensure each round meets their stringent standards. Armscor manufactures this ammunition in virgin brass cases with boxer primer and that means you get not just 1000 rounds but however many more you can reload. Harness the power of your .357 through consistent, focused training. Order some ammo, load your gun, and heat it up.