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327 Federal Magnum - 100 Grain JHP - Buffalo Bore Heavy - 20 Rounds

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($1.35 per round)


Quantity - 20 rounds per box
Manufacturer - Buffalo Bore Heavy
Bullets - 100 grain jacketed hollow point (JHP)
Casings - Boxer-primed brass

Additional Information

Manufacturer Buffalo Bore
Condition New
Bullet Weight 100 Grain
Bullet Type Jacketed Hollow-Point (JHP)
Use Type Self Defense
Ammo Casing Brass
Quantity 20
Ammo Caliber .327 Federal Magnum
Manufacturer SKU BBA37A
Primer Type Boxer
Muzzle Velocity (fps) 1450
UPC Barcode 651815037011
Cost Per Round $1.35 per round
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These custom .327 Federal Magnum defense rounds from Buffalo Bore enable shooters to outpace most factory shelf loads without pouring time and effort into handloading. This load profile is comprised of a reloadable brass casing fitted with a non-corrosive Boxer primer and filled with a standard pressure propellant charge; this powder includes flash suppressant in its mixture which reduces night blindness for more accurate follow-up shooting. Each cartridge is crowned with a 100 grain jacketed hollow-point (JHP) projectile which works well in front of standard pressure and produces relatively light recoil and a flat trajectory.

This particular .327 Mag JHP design utilizes symmetrical skiving around it's cavity mouth which promotes reliable expansion even when fired from a three inch test barrel which still yields 1,315 feet-per-second of muzzle velocity. During entry into a threat, the mushrooming projectile creates a wider wound cavity and dumps all of its energy into vital zones of the target. In effect, a quicker stop is achieved while the risk of over-penetration and collateral damage is nearly eliminated. Buffalo Bore is an American company which has always been known for pushing the limits of conventional loads, testing their products with stock firearms, and tailoring their cartridges to the needs of their customers.
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