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About This Remington 357 Magnum Ammunition

This .357 Magnum version of Remington's Golden Saber self-defense rounds delivers strong penetration thanks to the Golden Saber's brass-jacketed, spiral-cut hollow point bullet. These rounds use a light 125 grain bullet to maximize the .357's already high muzzle velocity, resulting in reliable mushrooming and good terminal performance in a self-defense situation. The added velocity also helps these rounds work well in both long and short barreled revolvers. Packaged in a case of 500, this ammo uses non-corrosive Boxer primers and nickel-plated reloadable brass cases.

Developed in the early 20th century to give revolver-armed law enforcement officers greater firepower against criminals using light cover and early body armor, the .357 Magnum continues to enjoy a good reputation as a self-defense cartridge. Modern hollow points such as the Golden Saber have only further enhanced this classic round's capabilities, ensuring that it stays relevant even in the era of double-stack semiautomatics.

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Quantity 500
Manufacturer Remington
Ammo Caliber 357 Magnum
Manufacturer SKU GS357MA
Bullet Type JHP
Primer Type boxer
Muzzle Velocity 1220
Muzzle Energy 413
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