The .38 Special is credited with precise accuracy and manageable recoil. Firearms chambered in this caliber have a prominent place in the gun world due in part to their light weight and compact frames, which makes them highly concealable. If you own a .38 Special for personal protection, you need target rounds to practice well in advance of any self-defense scenarios that may arise. FMJ rounds such as these are ideal for training because they don’t expand and they’re more affordable for range time than defense rounds. These can be used for target practice, tactical training, and plinking.
130 grain makes these lightweight rounds, so they keep your recoil low enough so you can practice at length without tiring out your hands. Winchester manufactures this ammunition in virgin brass cases with boxer primer, so they can be reloaded, and that makes them an even better deal. They’re also designed to be non-corrosive, which means less friction in your gun’s barrel. They have a muzzle velocity of 800 feet per second and a muzzle energy of 185 foot-pounds. Experienced shooters say this ammunition has exceptional accuracy and maintains a good trajectory at close range.
The Winchester Repeating Arms Company, known today as simply Winchester, was founded in 1866 by Oliver Winchester. Historically, they’re most well-known for their creation of the Model 1873, a .44-40 centerfire rifle known today as The Gun that Won the West.” Today, they’re known both for firearms and ammunition, and these target rounds are a stellar example of their dedication to quality and innovation. There are 50 rounds in this box of ammunition, so you can put a few rounds down-range and get your gun warmed up. It’s also a great size for tucking in your range bag or stashing in your safe. Get a box of this American-made ammunition today to spend some quality time with your favorite handgun.