- Manufacturer Remington
- Condition New
- Bullet Weight 158gr
- Projectile Type LRN
- Ammo Use Type Range Training
- Casing Type Brass
- Quantity 50
- Caliber .38 Spl
- Manufacturer SKU L38S5
- Primer Type Boxer
- Muzzle Velocity (ft. per sec) 755
- Muzzle Energy (ft. pounds) 200
- Magnetic No
- UPC Barcode 047700067704
- Q & A
It’s time you got your .38 Special out of the safe and put a few dozen rounds down-range. If you truly love your gun, you will feed it, and cost is not an issue with these LRN rounds. Remington created these just so you could stock up and take your .38 Special out to play; don’t let them down by not taking them up on their offer. Whether your idea of a good gun time involves paper targets or pop cans, Remington’s got you covered. The .38 Special has been around since 1898, and Remington has been around since 1816, so when you combine the two, you can’t miss. Well, you can miss your targets, because aim is what you bring to the table; we’re talking about great target rounds from a legendary company.
When the .38 Special was created, it was to provide the US Cavalry with greater firepower than their current loads. And it wasn’t long before the cartridge soared to incredibly heights of popularity, both in the military and civilian worlds. Today, firearms enthusiasts love the .38 Special for its more compact frame, manageable recoil, and lighter weight. Many shooters carry these guns for personal protection while some have one just for fun. Either way, it’s a great caliber, and this medium-weight 158 grain ammunition makes a nice meal for your handgun.
As LRN rounds, these will deform slightly upon impact, but they are target rounds; they’re also a nice choice for tactical training and plinking. They have a muzzle velocity of 755 feet per second and a muzzle energy of 200 foot-pounds. There are 50 rounds in this box, so that’s just enough to either give your gun a light snack or tuck it in your range back for later. All of Remington’s ammunition is produced in America; their headquarters are in Ilion, New York, and they have six plants in the south for manufacturing. Get your order in today to combine the legend of the .38 Special with the legend of Remington, the only US company that produces both ammunition and firearms domestically.
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- Are these Brass Bullets. I see it says the casing are but what about the bullet. If not maybe you can help me. I’m shopping for prices. I have a .38 Special +P I prefer the +P but 38 special works. I do not want lead bullets. Thank you Ashley Posted On: 4/25/2020 By: Ashley Marie Mayle
- Hello Ashley! This cartridge has a brass shell casing, but its bullet is what's known as a lead round nose (LRN). It has no jacket, so it's not what you want. The only 38 Secial +P ammo we currently have in stock has total metal jacket bullets and is available by the case: https://www.ammoforsale.com/1000-rounds-of-158gr-tmj-38-special-p-ammo-by-speer. The best we can do for 38 Special with full metal jacket bullets by the box is this: https://www.ammoforsale.com/magtech-38-spl-ammo-for-sale-38special125fmjftmt-50. I train with this ammo myself and have always found it good, and it has the jacketed bullet I believe you're after.