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Fiocchi .380 ACP 95gr FMJ 960 fps 50 Rounds

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When the call went for quality reliable handgun ammunition, Fiocchi answered with their Shooting Dynamics line of ammunition. The .380 ACP 95 Grain FMJ ammunition is ideal for high volume shooters who need these qualities of performance and reliability. This ammunition would rival hand loads. This line has been an over twenty five year favorite of our shooters in the USA and all over the world.

960 fps muzzle velocity
864 fps at 50 yards
194 ft/lbs muzzle energy
157 ft/lbs at 50 yards
Uses: Taget shooting, Training, Practice

50 Rounds per box. To buy a full case, order 10 boxes. Price is per box


Item#: 33551,3-0304169,2-F380AP
Total number of Reviews: 8

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1.0 5
"Poor quality, will not cycle in Sig P230, 2-3 malfuntions per mag. Dont waste your time"
– Derek
4.0 5
"The .380 ACP is on the anemic side for a concealed carry round and needs every \"boost\" it can get. The boost I prefer is enhanced penetration potential and have devoted a good deal of effort to comparative penetration experiments with many .380 bullets. I've found only one commercially loaded .380 which penetrates more effectively than the Fiocchi 95 grain FMJ; the 103 grain Remington Golder Sabre (at four times the price). I've fired more than 450 of the Fiocchi 95 grain FMJ's through my \"always\" carry gun, a generation one Kel-Tec P-3AT. There has been only Failure to Function - the third shot; none since and that one was probably my fault. That's a pretty solid string for a very small, very light slab gun with which an unaccustom shooter could easily limp wrist."
– Douglas
1.0 5
"Tried this out on a new pistol yesterday. Got about 6 to chamber and shoot out of 3 boxes of 50. Thought maybe it might have just been the fact that my gun was brand new, but we tried the Fiocchis in my husband's gun (same model, but older) and even though more of them chambered and fired with his, he still had quite a few too many that didn't. They didn't have any other brands there at the range, so we left and bought a box of Winchesters (only paid about $2 more) and every single one chambered and fired. In my opinion, the reliability factor of the Fiocchis would be pretty much ZERO. If it ain't there when you need it, why bother?"
– JM
2.0 5
"I had similar experience to Jim. Out of a 50 round box, I had 5 rounds that did not chamber or eject properly. That is tolerable on the range, but not in a defensive application. I have not had similar problem with Winchester ammo."
– BC
3.0 5
"If you own a Ruger LCP you will want to avoid this ammo.This is the only ammo that has no been able to cycle reliably through my LCP. After some frustrating investigation I realized that the Fiocchi ammunition is slightly longer than any other .380 ammo that I have tried. It actually gets stuck in the magazine. This is not the fault of Fiocchi per se` but it is not the right round for the LCP."
– gglass
4.0 5
"I ran 300 rds through my Bersa Thunder .380 without a problem, seem like it kicked a little harder then the PMC ammo which also shot good. Maybe a little dirter but I clean after every session anyway so for the price I give it 4 bullets."
– John
5.0 5
"I have not had any of the problems listed so far in my sigp238. functions reliably and fires every time. groups well for a practice round, cant complain."
– pd722
4.0 5
"I've tried a number of different ammo in my P3AT and so far, this is the only one to work flawlessly in my mouse gun. I still need to try a few more brands, but so far I am very happy with how these look, how they function, and their price. I will need to run another 150 or so through the P3AT before I trust them (which is why I gave it 4 stars), but I am very pleased with them. From my understanding, especially with a light gun like the P3AT, every shooter may have a different experience based on stance and the individual gun. But for me, these are great."
– John B