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Posted On: 3/30/2021
A: No sir, 380 ACP (aka 380 Auto) is not going to work in a 357 Magnum. I regret that we don't have any 357 Magnum ammo in stock at the moment. A 357 Magnum can fire 38 Special ammunition, though, and we do have a 38 Special option in stock: luckygunner.com/38-special-110-grain-frangible-hp-sinterfire-special-duty-20-rounds
Posted On: 12/15/2020
By: Bruce Hamon
A: Sorry Bruce, but we haven't got a system in place to alert our customers when ammo is back in stock. We do update our inventory frequently, so I hope you'll check back in again soon to see what we can do for you!
Posted On: 7/5/2020
A: None to my knowledge! This self-defense ammo should function very well in your EX Shield.
Posted On: 1/17/2019
By: victor cordova
A: Similar weight yes. The projectile is however different. This is a Hollow Point round that is intended for defense purposes. The UMC is a great range/ training round.
Posted On: 12/10/2018
A: The Remington HTP is one of the more reliable hollow point rounds on the market, however, each semi-automatic pistol is different. When dealing with the lower powered rounds such as the .380 auto, you have to try each round to make sure that YOUR particular pistol will reliably feed that round. This same advice is good for all carry ammo, but more especially for .32. .380, and .22 calibers.
Posted On: 6/1/2015
By: Steven Tande
A: Hello Steven,
Remington lists the muzzle velocity of this round at 990 fps with a muzzle energy of 191 ft. lbs.