50 Rounds of 95gr MC .380 ACP Nickel Plated Ammo by Remington
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It was 1816 when Eliphalet Remington decided to design and build his own flintlock rifle using his father’s forge. And then, in order to find out just how well the gun performed, he used it in a competition, where he won second place. Although one can imagine Eliphalet would have preferred first place, the impressive performance of is rifle attracted quite a bit of attention and people attending the event immediately began placing orders. Eliphalet had a choice to make, and fortunately for the firearms world he chose to become a gunsmith, and Remington was born. Two centuries later the Remington name goes on; generations of shooters have relied on them to fulfill their shooting needs, and if you have a .380 ACP, this ammo’s for you.
These are 95 grain rounds, so they’re within the standard weight range for .380 ACP while also being lightweight overall. Their lighter weight helps you keep the minimal recoil you expect from your .380 ACP and also allows for more extensive range time without tiring out your hands. These are Metal Case rounds, which are Remington’s version of FMJ; they don’t expand on impact but simply penetrate, so it’s a must to have a good backstop, as with any range time. They’re best for target practice, tactical training, and plinking. These rounds zip down-range with impressive speed with a muzzle velocity of 955 feet per second and hit their target with a muzzle energy of 190 foot-pounds.
There are 50 target rounds in this box of ammunition. Remington manufactures all ammunition at their plant in Lonoke, Arkansas. When you feed your gun ammunition from Remington, you’re keeping it fed with ammo from the oldest, largest continuously-running company in the United States. There are a variety of drills you can and should be doing with your .380 ACP, including off-hand shooting, prone shooting, and firing from a variety of distances to become familiar with your gun’s strengths and weaknesses. Remington produces this ammunition in new production brass cases with boxer primer; you can hit the range, collect your spent brass, reload, and do it all again. Place your order today to improve your marksmanship tomorrow.