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380 Auto 95gr Blazer 1000RDS

$350.00

Ammo Caliber 380 ACP
Bullet Type FMJ
Bullet Weight 95 Grain
Casing Brass
Condition New
Manufacturer CCI
Manufacturer SKU 5202
Primer Boxer
Quantity 1000
Category:
Number of Rounds: 50Caliber: .380 ACPBullet Weight: 95 grainBullet Type: Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)

Code:WQ-LAP-WIN583-SG380W

MPN:SG380W

UPC:020892225985380 Auto 95gr Blazer 1000RDS

The .380 ACP has experienced widespread usage since its introduction in the United States (1908) and in Europe (1912). It was later adopted by the armies of at least five European nations as their standard pistol cartridge before World War II; Czechoslovakia (Vz.38), Hungary (FEMARU 37M), and Italy, all of whom used domestic designs, as well as The Netherlands and Yugoslavia, both of whom adopted the FN Model 1922. It was also used extensively by Germany, who captured or purchased hundreds of thousands of pistols in this caliber during World War II. Popular German built commercial models, such as the Walther PPK were very popular with German officers. The Italian Army used the Beretta M1934, but the Italian Air Force and Navy stuck with the 7.65mm/.32 ACP when they adopted the Beretta M1935.

While .380 ACP was considered to be a moderately powerful service pistol round before World War II when compared to the .32 ACP pistols it replaced, no nation retained it as a military service cartridge for very long after the war (when it was largely replaced by the more powerful 9×19mm Parabellum). It was widely used by police forces in Europe until the 1970s, when more powerful 9×19mm handguns began to replace it in this market as well. It does find some use as a backup gun due to the generally small and easily concealable size of the weapons that chambered it (very few “mini pistols” are made in calibers larger than .380 ACP, and those few that are, are recent developments), and is popular on the civilian market as a personal defense round. The .380 ACP round is suitable for self-defense situations as a choice for concealed carry pistols. It was the round used in Defense Distributed‘s “Wiki Weapon” project to successfully 3D print a firearm.

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