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Remington UMC Range Bucket Handgun Ammunition .380 Auto 95 gr FMJ 955 fps 300/ct - All UMC handgun ammunition is American-made in Lonoke, Arkansas, using first-quality, factory-fresh brass and clean-shooting Kleanbore
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Remington
Caliber .380 ACP
Grain 95 gr
Bullet Type FMJ
Velocity 955 fps
Rounds 300
Brand UMC
UPC 047700477107
Mfg Part# 23978
Product Number: RT23978

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380 is reasonably priced at target sports

https://www.targetsportsusa.com/geco-380-acp-auto-court-ammo-95-grain-fu...

Geco 380 ACP Auto 95 Grain Full Metal Jacket Waterproof
1000 rounds

Special $189.80
$.19/round
FREE SHIPPING INCLUDED

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I like the Remington UMC ammo a little better, but I have shot the Geco in 9mm, 380, 32 and 25 calibers and it shoots just fine. Thanks for the link...in for a 1000 rounds.

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Couple weeks ago it was $64.99 w/free shipping. I like the Remington UMC ammo for use at the range. If It ever gets to where I can buy 1000 rounds delivered for $175 I would stock up on a few thousand rounds. If that price became the norm I would probably buy a few more guns in that caliber. I like shooting my Bersa Plus and my CZ 83 but it’s a little expensive in comparison to even 9mm.

Some say it is not an effective defensive round but I find at the range it allows me to be more accurate at a faster rate of fire at greater distances than with any other caliber gun I own... large or small...including my favorite CZ P01 9mm. So much so, I find myself carrying the 380 more often and leaving my primary carry, a Kahr CM9 at home.

It is a double stack 12+1 steel gun that has shown it will eat anything I choose to feed it. With today’s ammo, there are plenty powerful enough 380 ammo to get the job done, if I do mine. Since I feel shot placement is the most significant factor and this CZ 83 is the gun that I can best quickly make it happen with, it just makes sense. Plus with 12+1 rounds I can deal with multiple bad guys. All this in a reasonable size carry gun.

Anyhow I would like to see the price of 380 ammo come down to at least to that of 9mm. If it did I believe more people would be buying and shooting 380 caliber guns.

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