50 Rounds of 158gr FMJ .38 Spl Ammo by Armscor
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$17.75 each if you buy 5
$17.50 each if you buy 10
Armscor is a family-owned business with a plant in the Philippines, which is where all their firearms and ammunition are manufactured. They were founded at the end of World War II and were granted permission by the President of the Philippines to manufacture their products for the purpose of the advancement of industrialization. Today they’re the largest firearms and ammunition manufacture in all of Southeast Asia. They follow ISO, SAAMI, and CIP standards in the production of ammunition and adhere to a strict set of quality control standards. Armscor has a reputation for producing quality ammo at reasonable prices.
These are medium-weight rounds at 158 grain, still capable of good speed but also able to impact targets with a solid impact. They leave the barrel of your gun with a muzzle velocity of 900 feet per second and hit with a muzzle energy of 300 foot-pounds. As FMJ’s they do not expand on impact and are made specifically for target practice, shooting drills, and plinking. Armscor produces this ammunition in new-production, non-corrosive brass cases with boxer primer, meaning you can reload. There are branches of the military and police departments all across the globe using Armscor, and if you’ve never tried it, maybe it’s time you did.
There are 50 target rounds in this single box of ammunition. 50 is just enough to get you started at the range, so if you want to spend real time shooting, you’d better order multiple boxes. There are practically endless drills you can and should be doing with your .38 Special, including weak-hand shooting, prone firing, drawing from a holster and firing – the list goes on. Every time you take your gun out, you’re affecting your marksmanship, whether it’s for training time or a casual day shooting pop cans. Find a way to make range time count, because the day could come where your gun is all that stands between you and terrible danger. Order today or check out the 1,000 round case of this Armscor 38 special ammo and make every round count.