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Remington UMC .380 ACP 95gr FMJ 955 fps 250 Rounds

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Remington UMC ammunition is the perfect Practice, Training, and Plinking ammunition for just about everybody. Inexpensive bulk packs make shooting affordable, and non corrosive primers in reloadable brass cases make this ammunition a good choice for reloaders as well.

For nearly 140 years, the Union Metallic Cartridge Company name has been synonymous with some of the finest ammunition made in the United States. Since its beginning in 1867, UMC has blazed a trail of innovation in cartridge making excellence that continues to this day. UMC was the first ammunition company to produce centerfire ammunition, the .22 Long Rifle cartridge, and super accurate "Palma Match" target ammunition. All these milestones mean one thing: Experience. Experience that translates into outstanding performance at a very attractive price. At our UMC division, we make only first quality product, in a limited line of popular specifications, so we can bring you the benefit of manufacturing efficiencies that keep costs low. The rifle and handgun ammunition we make today is the product of 140 years of design innovation and manufacturing excellence. So try UMC, and enjoy the experience.

FMJ Bullet
95 Grains
955 fps at muzzle
192 ft/lbs at muzzle

250 Rounds per box.

Ammo price is per box.


Item#: 17782
Total number of Reviews: 8

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5.0 5
"Bought two boxes of this stuff - it runs great through both my Ruger LCP's and my Bersa's. Getting it in a 250rnd box is even better!"
5.0 5
"Ran 75 rounds through my brand new Ruger LCP. Great ammo - shot great, no misfires, no jams. Convenient 50 bullet trays..."
2.0 5
"I purchased the 250 rounds of the UMC .380 for my Ruger LCP. I used the original Ruger clip and the ProMag clip. Out of 44 rounds I had about 5 rounds that failed to eject. When the round was manually removed I found that the shell did not retain a proper shape- it was bent in the front. I have cleaned my LCP and will try it again this week. I had high hopes about this ammo."
1.0 5
"1. Approximately every other round jams in Ruger LCP and Sig. 2. Cleaned both pistols, and got same effect.3. Ran another brand thru pistols with no problem4. Upon examing cartridges, they appear malformed"
1.0 5
"I purchased this 250 round box for target practicing. What I ended up with is about 5 rounds that actually worked. I attempted to run these through my Ruger LCP AND my Sig P238 with same result. The slide won't go all the way forward with these rounds chambered. Or partially chambered I should say. This is the worst ammo I have EVER used. So $60 down the drain it seems. I purchased this because others said it shot fine in their LCP's. I assumed. But you know what you get when you assume right?"
1.0 5
"I normally do not write reviews, but this is the worst batch of UMC ammo I have ever fired. Using a Sig, Walther, and a Bersa, I got clean primer hits, yet most rounds did not fire. Total waste of range time and money."
1.0 5
"15% of these cartridges had longer cases than the rest. This was causing my brand new LCP to jam. At first I thought it was the gun, but then compared one that fed to one that wouldn't. There was approximately 1/64 - 1/32 difference between the two, and it was enough to keep the slide from closing completely.Tried different ammo from Sellier & Bellot, and several other manufacturers, without any issues. The UMC has been sorted, and I am left with 3.5 trays of \"good\" ammo."
4.0 5
"I've not had one issue with these rounds (fired off 150 or so). Glock G42. Wife had a couple not eject correctly, but told her to stiffen wrist, and no problem since. Purchased the 380 for her, but like the way it shoots, and size."