|Cost Per Round||11.6¢ per round|
|Bullet Weight||125 Grain|
|Caliber||357 Mag, 38 Special|
|Bullet Diameter||.357 Inches|
|Bullet Type||Jacketed Soft-Point (JSP)|
Zero Bullets, an Alabama based company, is well known across the Southern United States for producing projectiles to a high degree of precision and consistency. While they have updated their production methods over the years, they still offer the same quality which made them famous with reloaders to begin with.
These jacketed soft point bullets have similar shape to traditional semi-wadcutters and will produce clean and easily seen holes in paper and cardboard targets. While most of the bullet has a copper jacket, the tip of the bullet is exposed lead which will expand upon impact with a target. This expansion improves energy transfer, reduces collateral damage, and delivers better terminal ballistics. The 125 grain bullet, when loaded to .357 Magnum specifications, is known for its light weight, high velocity, and excellent track record in terminal performance. It also makes for lower, more manageable recoil when loaded to .38 special standards.
This is not loaded ammunition.