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|Bullet Weight||158 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Total Metal Jacket (TMJ)|
|Ammo Caliber||.38 Special|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||850|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||234|
Better than expected.
Review by Travis
After reading the reviews, I was worried about my choice of purchasing these for target loads in my .357. They fired just fine. Had absolutely no issues with these rounds.
(Posted on 9/22/2013)
1 of 5
Will purchase again
Review by cowboy
After firing the first rounds, they were tough at first releasing from the revolver, keep in mind it was new. After a few more rounds it seemed to loosen. Although they were not brass they seemed to be fine. A few were banged up but nothing that bothered me. Will purchase again
(Posted on 9/1/2013)
2 of 5
Nose of bullets in revolver get stuck
Review by kujayhawk_94
I have a ruger LCR 38 special +p. After 2 shots the bullets started coming out of the cartridge. It took me some time to figure out what was happening. I thought it was my revolver. I tried different bullets and that fixed the problem. I then reloaded them and the same thing happened again. I looked at the revolver closer and saw the bullets started seperating from cartridge and stuck out enough that the cylinder would not rotate. Thank God I figured this out before I came across a situation I would have actually needed it. See review by Caution ryan
(Posted on 8/16/2013)
3 of 5
Could Hardly Breathe While Shooting
Review by ShootingFish
I'm not a real experienced shooter, shooting only at the range. However, there was so much smoke after each shot I could hardly breathe. My gun, hands and clothes were a mess.
(Posted on 7/24/2013)
4 of 5
Review by Ryan
I purchased these to target shoot in the brand new Ruger LCR .357 that we recently purchased. I wanted to use the smaller round for my wife in lieu of going with the .357 for target shooting. After the 3rd shot, the cylinder wouldn't rotate and the trigger wouldn't shoot. I could not open the cylinder to remove the spent and unspent shells. Weird for a revolver. Upon closer inspection, one of the bullets to be shot had come out and released from the case -- not all the way -- but enough that the cylinder wouldn't rotate. I had to push it back into the case to open the gun and get it out. I tossed that one and grabbed five more. SAME THING HAPPENED AGAIN. The bullet came loose, I can only presume, by the force of the other shots going off in the gun. I took the bullets and shot them through my S&W 686 .357 and they worked fine. Don't know if it was the power of the bullet in so light of a gun, even though the Ruger is a .357 as well. Either way, I've lost all confidence in this round. Not sure what would have happened if the bullet had actually fallen all the way out and the powder spilled inside the cylinder when the gun was firing and I don't want to find out.
(Posted on 7/22/2013)
5 of 5
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