1000 Rounds of 94gr JHP .380 ACP Ammo by Wolf
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Shooters looking for a pistol with a light, compact frame and manageable recoil turn to the .380 ACP. It’s fun to shoot and your hands can manage even high volumes with relative ease. And if you’re focused on shooting for personal protection, you need practice. Whether your focus is on controlling your breathing during firing, mastering Mozambique Drills, or learning to fire from a prone position, there is a nearly never-ending stream of techniques to master. You cannot predict how a self-defense situation is going to play out, and because of that, you cannot skimp on training time. And because defense rounds like this JHP ammunition behave differently than target rounds, it’s ideal to put in training hours using the same rounds you’re going to use for concealed carry or home defense.
There are 1,000 rounds in this box of ammunition, and if that seems like a lot of JHP rounds, it really isn’t. It’s amazing how quickly you can burn through a box this size, but when you’re focused on your training and dedicated to improving your skills, you need larger quantities. It’s easy to go through several hundred rounds in just one session, so if you train a few times in the space of one to two weeks, the contents of this box will be gone.
This is 94 grain ammunition, which is at the high end of the 90 to 95 grain range you typically find this caliber in. It’s still lightweight, though, so you’ll still enjoy low recoil and quick rounds. It has a muzzle velocity of 952 feet per second, and in close quarters – which many self-defense scenarios are – it’ll get the job done. Wolf ammunition is produced by Tula, a Russian company that was founded in 1712. Their ammunition is manufactured to SAAMI specifications and they’re an ISO 9001 certified company. This brass-cased, boxer-primed ammunition can be reloaded, too, so it really is a great value. If you’re serious about self-defense, you want this 1,000-round box.