SIG Sauer Ammunition 90-Grain .380 ACP

by
posted on December 23, 2014
sig380ammo.jpg

When SIG Sauer launched the company's line of premium ammunition, it initially chose five calibers. Four of these were duty calibers - 9 mm, .357 SIG, .40 S&W and .45 ACP. The fifth caliber was .380 ACP, which has been made immensely popular by the numerous "pocket" pistols available.

The 90-grain jacketed hollowpoint .380 ACP fills a niche in SIG's ammunition line. This is the first (hopefully not the last) of self-defense-oriented ammunition, purpose-built for the concealed-carry market with function foremost in mind.

Nickel-plated cases foster reliable feeding and extraction of rounds, and SIG's patented V-Crown hollowpoint is designed for controlled, uniform expansion at defensive distances.

MSRP: $22.17 for 20-round box.

Latest

shooter at range with instructor
shooter at range with instructor

The Secret to the Secret

To become a better shooter, practice one thing at a time by starting with trigger control.

Rifle Roundup: S&W M&P FPC Carbine with a Leupold DeltaPoint Pro

Teamed up with Speer's new Gold Dot Pistol Caliber defensive ammunition.

First Look: Christensen Arms MCR Rifle

Carbon fiber barrel, carbon fiber stock, top-shelf accuracy.

First Look: Bond Arms Rowdy XL

A less expensive version of a popular derringer.

First Look: SOG Escape 2.0

Built to be a workhorse everyday carry blade.

Interests



Get the best of Shooting Illustrated delivered to your inbox.