- Manufacturer Wolf
- Condition New
- Bullet Weight 94gr
- Projectile Type FMJ
- Ammo Use Type Range Training
- Casing Type Steel
- Q & A
In recent years the .380 ACP has become increasingly popular. This is due to many factors but some of the biggest reasons are the fact that guns chambered in .380 ACP are lighter weight and have a smaller frame which makes them easier to conceal. They also produce manageable recoil and are fairly accurate. They’ve become popular among new shooters and seasoned gun owners alike which has also led to a larger number of new pocket pistols being designed and sold by major manufacturers. If you own a .380 ACP you’re probably in need of some ammunition.
These particular .380 ACP rounds are manufactured by Wolf which is a subsidiary of the centuries-old Tula Arms Plant. Each round weighs in at 94 grain which is lightweight in general but actually considered on the heavier side for this cartridge. Because it is still lightweight overall these rounds do travel at higher speeds than heavier rounds. These are FMJ, Full Metal Jacket, rounds and do not expand on impact. Target rounds such as these have a tendency to over-penetrate which makes it even more important to have a good backstop in place during target practice. This ammunition is meant for target practice and plinking.
When you order this box of Wolf ammunition you get 50 target rounds. This box is just the right size for carrying along in your range bag or pack when you’re heading out the door for target practice. It’s also a good size for stacking on the shelf of your gun case, because all gun owners should have some ammunition stored for a rainy day. To save you money Wolf produces this ammunition in steel cases with berdan primer to ensure ignition and extend shelf life. Wolf produces ammunition at the Tula Arms Plant in Tula, Russia, according to SAAMI or CIP specifications. Order now to spend some quality time with your favorite pocket pistol.
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I purchased a new Sig Sauer P238 .380, and I needed enough ammo to break it in. I purchased 250 rounds and found that I ...
Good Valueon 7/14/2014
I purchased a new Sig Sauer P238 .380, and I needed enough ammo to break it in. I purchased 250 rounds and found that I had a few failures to extract. After I cleaned the gun, it was better, and I think they will be ok. I purchased another 500 rounds so I would have enough to shoot it frequently, as it is my carry gun. A good value for the money.
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