PolyCase Introduces New Sport Utility Ammo

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posted on January 31, 2017
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PolyCase Ammunition developed its new Sport Utility Ammo for use in training and target practice. The new ammo is engineered to match the ballistic performance of the company's Inceptor Preferred Defense and the Ruger ARX Self-Defense lines of ammunition.

The new ammo features PolyCase's trademarked SteelSafe construction, which uses a lead-free copper-polymer blend that is range-friendly. The company considers this ammunition safe for use on hardened steel plates at close ranges.

The new Sport Utility Ammo is available in .380 ACP, 9 mm, .38 Spl., .40 S&W, .45 ACP and .300 BLK. The suggested retail price per box of 50 is: $17.99 for .380 ACP and 9 mm, $22.99 for .38 Spl., $23.99 for .40 S&W, $25.99 for .45 ACP and $39.99 for .300 BLK.

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