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38 Special Ammo
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38 Special ammunition is a rimmed, centerfire cartridge with a history dating back to the end of the 19th Century. A common caliber for revolver shooters, 38 Special was once the standard caliber for American police departments as well as soldiers in the first World War.
38 SPECIAL TULA 130 GRAIN FMJ (1000 ROUNDS)
38 SPECIAL TULA 130 GRAIN FMJ (50 ROUNDS)
38 SPECIAL MAGTECH 158 GRAIN LRN (1000 ROUNDS)
.38 SPECIAL CCI BLAZER 158 GRAIN LRN (1000 ROUNDS)
38 SPECIAL MAGTECH 158 GRAIN FMJ (1000 ROUNDS)
.38 SPECIAL PMC 132 GRAIN FULL METAL JACKET (1000 ROUNDS)
38 SPECIAL MAGTECH 125 GRAIN FMC FLAT (1000 ROUNDS)
38 SPECIAL +P SPEER LAWMAN CLEAN-FIRE 158 GRAIN TMJ (1,000 ROUNDS)
.38 SPECIAL CCI BLAZER 158 GRAIN LRN (50 ROUNDS)
38 SPECIAL MAGTECH 158 GRAIN LRN (50 ROUNDS)
38 SPECIAL SPEER LAWMAN 125 GRAIN TMJ (1000 ROUNDS)
38 SPECIAL FEDERAL 158 GRAIN LEAD ROUND NOSE (1000 ROUNDS)
38 SPECIAL +P FEDERAL 158 GRAIN LSWCHP (1000 ROUNDS)
.38 SPECIAL +P REMINGTON UMC 125 GRAIN SJHP (600 ROUNDS)
38 SPECIAL FEDERAL AMERICAN EAGLE 130 GRAIN FMJ (50 ROUNDS)
.38 SPECIAL +P REMINGTON UMC 125 GRAIN SJHP (100 ROUNDS)
38 SPECIAL SPEER LAWMAN 125 GRAIN TMJ (50 ROUNDS)
38 SPECIAL FEDERAL 158 GRAIN LRN (50 ROUNDS)
More Information: .38 Special Ammunition
Also known as 38 Smith and Wesson Special, .38 special ammo is affectionately known as an accurate round with recoil that's mostly manageable.
The history of 38 special goes all the way back to the turn of the 20th century. At that point, the .38 Special was eyed as an improvement over the .38 Long Colt cartridge. Originally loaded with black powder, but it didn't take long for smokeless powder to make its way to the cartridge soon thereafter.
A low pressure cartridge, you'll find plenty of shooters who enjoy shooting .38 special ammo at the range today. That said, it's also a worthy cartridge for folks looking for a self-defense round. With bullet weights ranging from about 110 grain to 200 grain, you'll find muzzle velocity typically between 680 feet per second and 980 feet per second with the cartridge. Of course, if you are looking for a training round, lean toward a full metal jacket (FMJ) bullet as they are most cost-effective. For protection, look for a jacketed hollow point (JHP) projectile with a more sophisticated bullet that will expand upon impact with your target.
AmmoMan.com has good relationships with many well-known and respected 38 special ammunition manufacturers that allow us to typically offer 38 special ammo in-stock. Notably, look for rounds from Federal, PMC, Hornady, and Remington with all four manufacturers producing a line of self-defense and training ammo in this caliber.