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About This Wolf .380 Auto AmmunitionThis 380 Auto cartridge by Wolf sports a 92 grain projectile, which is on the lighter end of the spectrum for bullet weights commonly available in its caliber. The round’s full metal jacket means that it’ll feed very reliably in a semi-automatic pistol, and also that it will prevent the rapid accumulation of lead residue in your bore after several repeated shots. That second feature is critical for extended periods of training and target practice, as it will preserve your accuracy for longer in between cleanings.
As is so often the case with Russian-made ammunition, this cartridge features a Berdan primed steel casing. It’s not worth a hill of beans at a reloading bench, but steel’s significantly lower cost than brass is nicely reflected in these 1,680 rounds’ price tag. These cartridges were manufactured at the Novosibirsk LVE plant, one of Russia’s top military engineering enterprises. After having been open for eight decades, they can certainly be said to know a few things about steel casings and Berdan primers.
|Ammo Caliber||.380 Auto|
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