Barnaul .380 auto with poly coated case

Barnaul .380 auto

.380 Auto (aka 380 ACP, 9x17, 9mm Kurz, 9mm Browning) was developed in 1908 by John Browning for the 1908 hammerless semi-automatic pistol.

Today, .380 Auto is one of the most popular personal defense rounds due to its smaller size and the ability to fit in a smaller pistol profile.

380 auto poly coated ammunition
FMJ 94 Grain
Ballistic Coefficient (G1): 100
Muzzle Velocity V0 ft/sec: 1,033
Muzzle Energy E0 J ft/lb: 223
Max Powder Pressure Bar (lb/inch2): 18,130
Cartridge Max Length: .98 inches
Cartridge Average Weight: 143 grains
Rounds per Box: 50
Rounds per Case: 1,000
380 auto fmj 94 grain
FMJ 94 Grain Applications
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