.380 Auto 95 Gr. RN - Sized to .355 (Typical) Other sizes available upon request call or email for options.
This is the lightest .380 Auto bullet that we offer.
100 Count Sample Pack
Tested this bullet over 3.0 grains of 231 powder. Testing was done with a S&W Body Guard. At 15 yards, 5 rounds grouped into 1.3" with an average velocity of 804 fps. Will definitely order more of these bullets!
Tom S Tom S on 5th May 2018
Great Product, price and fast shipping. Would purchase again. Bill Johnson on 29th Sep 2017
Ordered 100 to try in a Glock 42 that is real picky about ammo-dont wont to cycle slide on all ammo-started hand loading with Dillon 550B-Really picky on bullet weight and type of powder.Loaded the 95 gn with 4 different powders-Shot the same as with fmj and plated bullets.The same brand of powder that cycles the fmj works real good (Winchester AutoComp in case you are interested)I ordered 2000 more.These are so far a very good product rhat I hope to use many more of.The shipping and service are excellent-good people to do business with
Henry Perkins on 8th Dec 2016
Makes me want to stop casting my own bullets
Perfectly cast and coated.
Super fast shipping Brock on 26th Oct 2016
Shoots amazing in my G42, this is my new go to bullet for 380. Andrew on 26th Apr 2016
Loaded 100 of these ,no issues , very impressed by the weight consistency, weighed 40 at random only a .07 grain variance , that is excellent for cast bullets C. Moran , Lawrence Ks on 15th Apr 2016
Excellent coated bullet. Good coating and slippery.
Plan on purchasing more. 5 stars Unknown on 17th Dec 2015
As you can tell from my earlier review of these bullets, I love them!
These are my GO-TO bullets for 380 ACP.
Even if I don't need them at the moment, I always consider adding 100 or so to an order for other bullets, just to maximize order vs shipping cost.
Rich Alloway on 22nd Apr 2015
This is the greatest idea to ever come along for lead bullets and Bayou Bullets rocks Dennis Leonard on 7th Oct 2014
I already had a recipe for 95gr LRN cast bullets that I really liked, so I simply substituted these coated bullets for some of the non-coated bullets during my last reloading session.
I shot a full magazine (7 rounds) of each through my Walther PPK/S and chrono'd the results.
As expected, the results were nearly identical.
Average velocity for these bullets was 0.9 fps faster than non-coated, min-max spread was 2 fps tighter, and standard deviation was 14 fps less.
I just bought 500 more to keep me in stock for a few more months! :) Rich Alloway on 30th Sep 2014