Product Info for Hornady American Gunner .38 Special 125 Grain eXtreme Terminal Performance Centerfire Pistol Ammunition
Arm yourself with this versatile Hornady American Gunner .38 Special 125 grain XTP AG Centerfire Pistol Ammunition for target practice, hunting, or self-defense purposes. Hornady crafted this 38 Special Ammunition with high-quality primers and cases to ensure every round is as reliable as the last. The XTP in Hornady American Gunner .38 Special 125gr XTP Centerfire Handgun Ammunition stands for eXtreme Terminal Performance, and every shot provides superior ballistic performance and accuracy. Add this Hornady 38 Special 125gr XTP American Gunner Pistol Ammo to your arsenal to make every shot count on the hunting grounds or at the range.
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Specifications for Hornady American Gunner .38 Special 125 Grain eXtreme Terminal Performance Centerfire Pistol Ammunition:
Caliber: .38 Special
Number of Rounds: 500 RDS
Bullet Type: eXtreme Terminal Performance (XTP)
Bullet Weight: 125 grain
Cartridge Case Material: Brass
Muzzle Velocity: 900 ft/s
Package Type: Box
Application: Match, Varmint, Target, Self Defense
Primer Location: Centerfire
Sectional Density: 0.14
Muzzle Energy: 225 ft-lbs
G1 Ballistic Coefficient: 0.151
Features of Hornady American Gunner .38 Special 125 Grain eXtreme Terminal Performance Centerfire Pistol Ammunition:
Hornady Bullets: XTP (eXtreme Terminal Performance), HP, and BTHP bullets are exceptionally accurate and deliver excellent versatility and superior ballistic performance.
Versatile And Fun: Designed to offer an all-around fun shooting experience that’s affordable, American Gunner is loaded in the most popular handgun and rifle calibers.
Quality Brass, Primers, And Propellant: Like all Hornady ammunition, our American Gunner ammunition uses the highest quality cases and primers available. Loaded to conventional velocities, American Gunner functions in any gun. Consistent components translate to consistent shooting in the field.