50 Rounds of 158gr FMJ .38 Spl Ammo by Sellier & Bellot
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Louis Sellier, the founder of Sellier and Bellot, got his start manufacturing percussion caps for the infantry in 1825. Although he began production at the specific request of Francis I, the Emperor of Austria, the company quickly flourished, and before he knew it, Louis Sellier had an established, respected company both in European markets and overseas. He took on a partner, Jean Maria Nicolaus Bellot, and today their company has gained world renown for their production of good quality ammunition.
Much like Sellier and Bellot the .38 Special soared to impressive heights of popularity almost immediately after its creation in 1898. Fans laud its accuracy and minimal recoil, and today it is perhaps the most popular revolver cartridge of all. Whether you own a .38 Special for personal protection or to enjoy yourself at the range, you need target rounds, and Sellier and Bellot’s .38 Special 158 grain FMJ ammunition will keep both you and your gun happy. It’s reasonably priced and made to strict standards; experienced shooters who have used it praise its dependable feeding and ejecting and also say it doesn’t overly dirty their guns.
There are 50 target rounds in this box of ammunition, so you can spend some time at the range or put it in your safe. At 158 grain these are medium-weight rounds and as FMJ rounds they’re ideal for target practice and tactical training. They have a muzzle velocity of 889 feet per second and a muzzle energy of 277 foot-pounds. The .38 Special is at its best in close quarters, so it’s a good idea to incorporate such scenarios into your training. Place your order today to give your favorite revolver a nice snack.