Buy 380 Auto – 75
SinterFire hollow point ammunition is a great choice for self defense rounds. Buy 380 Auto – 75 These 380 Auto rounds are loaded into boxer primed brass cases that are re-loadable and carry a 75 grain frangible Hollow point. These projectiles are perfect for home defense or close quarters carry where barrier pass through is a concern. Unlike traditional self defense rounds, these lead-free composite projectiles disintegrate upon impact with a hard surface, greatly reducing the risk of any bullet pass-though.
Since 1998, SinterFire has been innovating frangible projectiles and manufacturing high quality ammunition. They use a unique copper/tin composite that is heat treated and compacted into hard frangible projectiles. Aside from innovative projectiles, SinterFire uses high quality brass and primers to deliver products that are both consistent and reliable.
Pick up a couple boxes of this high quality, 380 Auto, frangible self defense ammunition today!
|Bullet Weight||75 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Hollow-Point (HP)|
|Ammo Caliber||.380 Auto (ACP)|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||1100|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||201|
|Cost Per Round||$1.05 per round|
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