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Fiocchi Shooting Dynamics .38 Special Full Metal Jacket, 158 Grain, 960 fps, 50 Round Box

 
Fiocchi
38GUS
762344000992
34024
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  • DESCRIPTION
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Fiocchi Shooting Dynamics training line of handgun ammunition is loaded to exacting and stringent factory specifications. Fiocchi is world renown for creating reliable quality ammunition in a wide variety of calibers. This particular line of Shooting Dynamics plinking ammo features a lead projectile, with a copper jacket know and a full metal jacket. FMJ rounds are ideal for use at the range and plinking on paper targets.

.38 Special
158 Grain Full Metal Jacket
Brass Cased
Reloadable
Muzzle velocity: 960 fps
Muzzle energy: 320 ft/lbs
Uses: Target, Training, Range, and Plinking

50 Rounds per box. To buy a full case, order 20 boxes.

Ammo price is per box.


 

Item#: 34024,6-0305239,3-0305239,2-F38G
Total number of Reviews: 5

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5.0 5
"Very good ammo, it shot to point of aim from a 2\" barrel S&W Model 10, as well as a Ruger GP100. Recoil was very mild through the Ruger."
– Rockid86
5.0 5
"I have found this to be good quality, reliable ammo for a good price."
– Bob
5.0 5
"This ammo fired great out of my old Colt Offical Police. But then again, so does every kind of ammo I've tried. I shot at a block of Walnut and dug out the bullet and it still held it's shape farley good. The block of wood went flying about 5 feet back so it has good stopping power too."
– Ryan from Kent Wa.
4.0 5
"I use this ammo all the time for plinking at the range. It is super clean and great for the money. I still prefer Hornady for best accuracy though."
– ScoutShooter
4.0 5
"I would pass on this ammo. Bought it for plinking and target shooting, as it's a good price. I just got a Dan Wesson model 15-2 .357 magnum and put the 2-1/2 inch barrel on it. At 5 yards off-hand, it shot a 1 inch group 1.5 inches high. At 7 yards it was a 2 inch group and 1.5 inches high. At 10 yards, it was a 4 inch group and looked like buckshot, high, low, sideways and an occasional flier. My Winchester and PMC ammo shot spot on, even at 23 yards, inc. +P and Magnum. I shouldn't have bought 10 boxes. UPDATE: Shot this ammo again in the Dan Wesson model 15-2 and had much better results. So, I do recommend it, BUT in my Ruger Security Six 2-3/4 inch barrel, the cylinder wouldn't rotate. The cause is High Primers, I think. It worked fine in my other wheel guns. Otherwise, I do think it's accurate and not as dirty as pure lead bullets. UPDATE: Shot this ammo again and I retract my accuracy comments from previous write-up. It is accurate - must have been me. I shot several more boxes through different guns and it shot well. However, in my Ruger Security Six, the cylinder would bind and not rotate. I had to stop shooting this ammo in my Ruger. I think it is because the primers are a little higher than other ammo and binds the cylinder from rotating."
– wheelgun guy