|Cost Per Round||13.0¢ per round|
|Bullet Weight||125 Grain|
|Bullet Diameter||.356 Inches|
|Bullet Type||Jacketed Hollow-Point (JHP)|
Shooters and handloaders all around know the Zero Bullets name from the mid-nineties when they first started selling both projectiles and finished ammunition at gun shows in many southern states. Today, Zero Bullets maintains that excellent reputation by using new methods of production while maintaining the same level of quality and precision that they've always been known for.
The 125 grain bullet weight is used by manufacturers like Corbon and Buffalo Bore to produce some flat-shooting, hard-hitting .38 Super ammunition. It possesses the potential to be loaded to very high speeds while maintaining relatively low felt recoil. Zero Bullets use true copper jackets that will withstand high velocity and spin without separation from the inner lead core. The hollow cavities of these projectiles are cut high on the bullet and have their jackets pre-serrated for reliable feeding and expansion respectively.
This is not loaded ammunition.