.380 ACP REMINGTON 88 GRAIN JHP (500 ROUNDS)

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This box of 500 rounds in .380 ACP is ideal for anyone serious about using a Walther PP, Ruger LCP, Bersa Thunder, Colt Mustang, or other .380 Auto pistol for self-defense. Manufactured by Remington at its ammunition plant in Lonoke, Arkansas, these rounds use a 88 grain jacketed hollow point bullet that delivers good expansion. They are a viable option for both carry and range use. Each cartridge uses non-corrosive Boxer primers and reloadable brass cases.

The .380 Auto, also known as .380 ACP and 9mm Short, was designed in 1908 by John Moses Browning. Occasionally used in European service pistols, it has found a strong niche in the CCW market due to its compact size, which makes it suitable for very concealable pistols such as the Sig P238 and the Glock 42. The cartridge was also used by the developers of the controversial Liberator single shot pistol, a .380 Auto pistol designed to be built by a 3-D printer. Examples of the gun may be seen at some unexpected places around the world including the London Science Museum.

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Quantity 500
Manufacturer Remington
Ammo Caliber .380 Auto
Manufacturer SKU R380A1
Bullet Type JHP
Primer Type boxer
Muzzle Velocity 990
Muzzle Energy 191

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