- Manufacturer Federal
- Condition New
- Bullet Weight 158gr
- Projectile Type JSP
- Ammo Use Type Boar Hunting, Deer Hunting, Self Defense
- Casing Type Brass
- Quantity 1000
- Caliber .357 Mag
- Manufacturer SKU AE357A
- Primer Type Boxer
- Muzzle Velocity (ft. per sec) 1240
- Muzzle Energy (ft. pounds) 539
- Magnetic No
- UPC Barcode 50029465085082
- Q & A
When it comes to quality 357 mag ammunition it is tough to beat Federal. Federal's American Eagle brand of 357 Magnum ammo for sale is among the most trusted rounds for range use you'll find. This package contains 1,000 rounds of brass cased ammunition. Each is boxer primed and loaded with 158 grain JSP (Jacketed Soft Point) projectiles. This 1,000 round case will give you enough ammunition to last several extended range sessions with your favorite 357 Magnum revolver or lever action carbine. These 357 mag ammo will perform well for hunting or self defense and is economically priced for target practice. You'll receive 20 50-round boxes so it's conveniently put together, allowing you to take as much with you as you like while the rest can easily be stored inside an ammo can until you're ready to use it.
In terms of ballistics, the 158 grain JSP round leaves the muzzle at a very fast 1,240 feet per second.
Federal ammunition is loaded using the highest quality components manufactured in-house and exceeds all US Military and NATO standards. Regarded as an industry leader for close to a century, the company was founded in 1922 and is headquartered in Anoka, Minnesota.
In addition to manufacturing quality ammunition, Federal is renowned for making all of their components in house and their primers, brass and projectiles have long been the first choice for professional shooters and reloaders throughout the world.
Although the American Eagle brand is priced for volume shooting it offers the same quality brass cases and dependable primers as Federal's Premium line of ammunition. If you're looking for reliable feeding and ignition at a consistent and affordable price this American Eagle by Federal is a great choice.
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- Quiestion: ¿Could explain me, what is the difference, between, JSP and SJHP? What is the material to use for this point exactly JSP and SJHP? Posted On: 4/10/2023 By: Javier Villagmez
- Thanks for reaching out Javier! From a practical standpoint, a jacketed soft point is really no different from a soft point. The SP/JSP has a solid lead core and a copper-alloy jacket that leaves the lead core exposed at the tip. Its exposed core enables the SP/JSP to mushroom outward as it penetrates a soft medium. Like a jacketed hollow point, a semi-jacketed hollow point features a nose cavity that enables terminal expansion. It too contains a lead core and copper-alloy jacket. Unlike a standard JHP, a SJHP's jacket does not extend all the way to its nose cavity. It leaves the lead core surrounding the nose cavity partially exposed. Because its nose cavity isn't restricted by rigid copper alloy, the SJHP is able to initiate terminal expansion at relatively lower velocities. In short, both the SP/JSP and SJHP are made of lead and copper alloy. Both are designed to undergo terminal expansion. They just go about it in slightly different ways. Because its profile is more aerodynamic, you tend to see SP and JSP bullets on rifle cartridges, whereas SJHP bullets are more common on revolver cartridges.