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|Bullet Weight||95 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)|
|Ammo Caliber||.380 Auto (ACP)|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||955|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||192|
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Sig P238 - Will not Feed
Winchester makes a great round but they will not work in my brand new SigSauer P-238. The flat end consistently gets hung up on feed ramp. My buddy has a Beretta and they work fine in his 380. He inherited 200 rounds today.
Worked Well In PPK/S Interarms .380
Put 50 rounds downrange in my (new to me) 1993 vintage PPK/S .380 with no issues. I went with Winchester because I have had good experience using their 9mm ammo in my VP9. Wasnt disappointed in the .380 FMJ in a PPK/S.
Works real fine, lasts a long time...
I have had no problems w/WWB, flat nose and all, in any of my handguns - .40 S&W, .380 Auto or .357 Sig. No malfunctions, burns clean. Lucky Gunner is tops for quality service and price - sometimes a little too good on the price. Bought a case of 500 a few weeks ago and now the price is $40 cheaper, whoa! Guess I'll have to get another case...
Winchester .380 flat nose, 95 grain
I have a Bersa .380 CC and I have fired two boxes of this ammo with no jams, failure to fire,feed or eject. These guns, I own 4, the Bersa Thunder, CC, .22 and plus, have all proven completely reliable, with no malfunction with a variety of ammo.
I didn't intend to buy the Winchester ammo, I just didn't realize it was flat nose, which I had heard might not work well in some auto pistols. Decided to try it anyway, and it works just fine in the Bersa CC. That said, because of the flat nose, I only use the Winchester on the range, round nose only when reliability is a must.
Like Mr. Bell, I made the mistake of loading up on several brands of .22 cal., only to find several were reliably unreliable in all my .22's. Fortunately, I was able to sell them all, though I did lose a small amount of money. Yes, I could have used them at the range, but frequent malfunctions give me no confidence in my firearms or recreational pleasure.
Will not load in my gun
I have a LLama 380 automatic, and I stocked up on 600 rounds. Now, I found out the flat on the end of the bullet will make it jam 100 % of the time. The rounds I have with a round end work perfectly.
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