500 Rounds of 130gr MC .38 Spl Nickel Plated Ammo by Remington
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One of the best ways to become a faster, more accurate shooter is actually to slow down. Yes, you read that right: slow down. If all you focus on is speed, your accuracy is going to suffer; every time you fire your gun, you’re affecting your marksmanship skills whether positively or negatively. When you get some range time in, make sure the results are positive. Do some slow-fire drills. Hang a paper target 5 yards out and carefully fire a round center mass. Now, empty your magazine – slowly – trying as much as possible not to enlarge that first hole. Yes, it’s hard, but not impossible. With time, you’ll be able to move the target farther away and you’ll be shooting faster, bit by bit. Round by round.
In order to improve your marksmanship, you need a nice, big box of ammo. These 130 grain rounds are on the lighter side for your .38 Special, so they won’t increase your recoil and they’ll fly towards your target with nice speed. They’re Metal Case rounds, which are just like Full Metal Jacket, and best for target practice, shooting drills, and plinking. Each round leaves the barrel of your gun with a muzzle velocity of 790 feet per second and muzzle energy of 173 foot-pounds. You can reload these rounds, too, because they’re made in fresh brass casings with boxer primer. This is non-corrosive ammunition made with quality components, and that’s good for your gun; it performs reliably, and that’s good for you.
There are 500 target rounds in this box of ammo, so get ready to heat up your gun and keep it warm for some time. In 1816 Remington was founded by Eliphalet Remington after his innovative flintlock rifle won second place in a competition, and for 200 years that same innovation and dedication to quality has kept shooters just like you coming back for more. Today Remington is the oldest, largest constantly-operating ammunition company in the United States, and their reputation precedes them throughout the industry. They have six facilities in the South and on the east coast, and each has a job to do; ammunition is manufactured at their Lonoke, Arkansas, plant. Order your 500-round box today to become a better marksman tomorrow.