1000 Rounds of 158gr FMJ .38 Spl Ammo by M.B.I.
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If you have a revolver, there’s a particular tool you should have: a speedloader. Speedloaders drastically reduce reloading time and come in styles for both fixed and detached cylinders. With one of those you can load every chamber in your revolver at once, and although they’re everywhere today, there was a time when they weren’t common. In fact, police officers carrying the .38 Special – which was standard issue for 70 years – were not commonly issued speed loaders until the 1980’s. Incidents such as the Newhall Massacre of 1970, where 4 California Highway Patrol officers were killed in a matter of minutes, proved the value of speedloaders. And if you think they haven’t been around long enough to have been issues to law enforcement in 1970, you’re wrong; the first revolver speedloader was invented in 1879. If you have a revolver, you’d better have speedloaders.
In addition to a good speedloader, you need ammunition. These target rounds are made by Military Ballistic Industries – M.B.I. – an American company with a solid reputation for the production of high-quality remanufactured ammunition. At M.B.I., every once-fired brass case is carefully examined and put through rigorous quality control steps before being reloaded, and all other components are brand new. They get their components from some of the greatest sources, using Hornady’s bullets, CCI’s primers, and Hodgedon’s propellants; all in all, these are some well-made rounds. Though these may be remanufactured, they’re precision made, and competitively priced.
At 158 grain these are medium-weight rounds. They’re FMJ’s, making them just what you need for target practice, shooting drills, and plinking. And thanks to M.B.I.’s meticulous selection of the once-fired brass used in the manufacture of these rounds, you can reload them. This ammunition flies down-range with a muzzle velocity of 760 feet per second and meets your target with a muzzle energy of 203 foot-pounds. When you place your order, you get 1000 target rounds in sealed plastic bags with the M.B.I. label on the front. Nothing beats target practice, so why not get your order in right now and spend some quality time slinging lead down-range with your .38 Special? And take your speedloader with you.