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Posted On: 12/27/2021
By: Brian Sewell
A: Thanks for reaching out Brian! A 357 Magnum revolver can safely fire any 38 Special ammo. A 38 Special revolver cannot fire any 357 Magnum ammo.
Posted On: 12/18/2021
By: Cody welsie dennis
A: Absolutely Cody! This FMJ ammo is perfect for target shooting with your 357. If you would prefer something that's suitable for both self-defense and target shooting, then I would recommend the Remington 357 ammo we currently have in stock. Its LSWC bullet will expand inside of soft tissue. This ammo's FMJTC bullet will not.
Posted On: 6/25/2019
By: Rickie c Kneeland
A: Hi Rickie,
Fiocchi Ammunition is indeed an Italian company. Much of Fiocchi US' ammunition sales, however come from ammunition made right here in the US. In fact, more than 75% of the ammunition sold by Fiocchi in the U.S. is loaded here in the U.S.
Posted On: 5/11/2019
By: Dan Reynolds
A: Although any .357 Mag round is going to damage the pelt, the FMJ non-expanding bullet will do the least damage of any. I would advise a smaller caliber if you can use one.
Posted On: 11/7/2018
By: Tom DiBuono
A: Thank you for your question! Unfortunately range rules in the end come down to what the property owner states, so it is always best to confirm with your local range before making bulk purchases. The good news it that these 357 magnum 142 grain FMJ rounds from Fiocchi are brass cased with a copper jacket and standard lead core as per standard bullet construction and is accepted at most ranges around the country.
Posted On: 5/10/2012
By: Bill Wood
A: Yes, this Fiocchi .357 Mag 142gr FMJTC ammunition is safe to use in a lever action rifle with a tubular magazine.