The 380 ACP isn’t a caliber that’s known to automatically overwhelm an assailant — to get the very most out of a somewhat weaker cartridge, you have got to know how to direct its path. But how do you grant yourself access to enough ammo to develop certain aim with your pistol without putting yourself in the poorhouse in the process? You buy a case of MAXXTech.
These rounds are manufactured by Pobjeda Technology in Bosnia. It’s a large scale operation with the resources necessary to mass-produce incredibly cost-effective but nevertheless reliable ammo for range training. This round distinguishes itself from other budget-friendly steel cased ammo with its new brass casing, which resists tarnishing as it’s stored over lengthy spans of time. Its 95 grain bullet further sports the copper jacket that good functionality out of a semi-automatic calls for. Perfect for plinking, training, and otherwise enjoying a pistol as well as a greater remainder of your hard-earned cash.