SIG Ammo .38 Spl. 125-Grain FMJ Ammunition

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posted on November 11, 2015
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SIG Sauer Ammunition just keeps putting out surprises. In addition to the .38 Super ammo we've featured recently, they have ammo for .38 Spl. now as well.

SIG's .38 Spl. 125-grain FMJ features a flat-nose, copper-jacketed lead wadcutter bullet in a brass case. As with all SIG ammo, it features a clean-burning powder to reduce fouling (important in those .357 Mag. revolvers when firing .38 Spl.).

Currently only the 125-grain bullet weight is offered in both FMJ and V-CROWN guise, but if SIG's track record is any indication other bullet weights may join this initial offering. There's currently no word on whether or not a +P version will join the offerings.

MSRP: $28.94 for a box of 50-rounds. 

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