1000rds - 380 Auto Sellier & Bellot 92gr FMJ Ammo


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Sellier & Bellot Ammunition 92 Grain Full Metal Jacket (FMJ) Ammo Details

Sellier & Bellot is a member of the CBC group of ammunition manufacturers, a group that includes big industry names like Magtech and MEN. This Czech company is one of the oldest ammo manufacturers in the world, producing high quality loads since 1825. With nearly 200 years experience, you can count on Sellier & Bellot to deliver reliability, quality, and performance.

Loaded with full metal jacket (FMJ) projectiles weighing 92 grains, this factory fresh ammunition is perfect for the budget conscious target shooter. Delivering maximum penetration with minimal terminal expansion, these loads are well-suited for paper targets, tactical drills, or recreational plinking.

An ideal option for the high-volume, budget-conscious shooter, this package 1000-round package of .380 Auto (ACP) ammunition is economically priced. This ammunition is non-corrosive, boxer primed, brass cased, and fully reloadable. Each primer is sealed with a red lacquer for added moisture protection, and cartridges are packed in oil resistant boxes for an extended shelf life.

Leaving the muzzle at a velocity of 955 feet per second, each round produces 186 foot pounds of muzzle energy.

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    380 Auto (ACP)
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  • ☆☆☆☆☆

    posted on by Art

    I haven't had any problems shooting it through my Sig P238. Packaging is minimally smaller too which is nice for carrying in my case.

  • ☆☆☆☆☆

    posted on by William Parmley

    Absolutely the worst ammo I ever shot in my 380 Bersa. Continually jamed. Changed to some lawman 380 I had and pistol worked fine NO jams. When I broke the Bersa down for cleaning it was as dirty as I have ever seen. I will never shoot any Sellier & Bellot ammo again.

  • ☆☆☆☆☆

    posted on by TROY TAYLOR

    Best ammo for your dollar, period. The brass is a heavier (as in "the brass your daddy used to buy") gauge and can take a half a dozen reloads, no prob. Clean shooting, accurate, no brainer. Why shoot steel case ammo when you can pay a penny a round more for this. Don't reload? Save your brass and sell it to a re-loader or on eBay, etc. and recover some of your expense.
    Even if you leave it for the "sweeper" you'll have less wear and tear on your piece and save time and $$ in maintenance.
    Best deal on the shelf.

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