357 Magnum Bullets
Sierra .357 Diameter Bullets - 170 Grain FMJ - 100 Count
Regular Price: $26.50
Special Price: $16.50
Cost Per Bullet 16.5¢ per bullet Bullet Weight 170 Grain Bullet Caliber 357 Mag, 38 Special Quantity 100 Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ) Manufacturer Sierra Bullets Manufacturer SKU 8350
Speer .357 Diameter Bullets - 110 Grain JHP Bonded - 100 Count$18.35
Cost Per Bullet 18.4¢ per bullet Bullet Weight 110 Grain Bullet Caliber 357 Mag, 38 Special, 38 Super Quantity 100 Bullet Type Hollow-Point (HP) Manufacturer Speer Manufacturer SKU 4009
Hornady .357 Diameter Bullets - 140 Grain XTP HP - 100 Count$18.60
Cost Per Bullet 18.6¢ per bullet Bullet Weight 140 Grain Bullet Caliber 357 Mag, 38 Special Quantity 100 Bullet Type XTP Manufacturer Hornady Manufacturer SKU 35740
Sierra .357 Diameter Bullets - 125 Grain JHP - 100 Count$20.25
Cost Per Bullet 20.3¢ per bullet Bullet Weight 125 Grain Bullet Caliber 357 Mag, 38 Special Quantity 100 Bullet Type Jacketed Hollow-Point (JHP) Manufacturer Sierra Bullets Manufacturer SKU 8320
These .357-diameter bullets are made for .38 Special cartridges, delivering effective internal, external, and terminal performance. The jacketed hollow point SportsMaster bullets are designed for high velocities and rapid expansion. You’ll get 100 bullets that have Sierra’s unique cavity for quick expansion.
Anyone who shoots in high volumes understands the importance of quality, consistency, and affordability. That’s why so many gun owners reload their empty cases with bullets from Sierra. If you own a handgun that takes .38 Special rounds, you can reload your empty shells with 125-grain bullets that are extremely effective in rounds that will be used for varmints, medium-sized game, and everything in between.
Founded in California in 1949, Sierra is a company based on quality, precision, and consistency. They are now based out of Missouri but continue the tradition of providing reliable products to ammo reloaders all over the country. With bullets for many different handguns and rifles, Sierra is a trusted choice for thousands of gun owners.
Sierra .357 Diameter Bullets - 140 Grain JHP - 100 Count$20.50
Cost Per Bullet 20.5¢ per bullet Bullet Weight 140 Grain Bullet Caliber 357 Mag, 38 Special Quantity 100 Bullet Type Jacketed Hollow-Point (JHP) Manufacturer Sierra Bullets Manufacturer SKU 8325
Hornady .357 Diameter Bullets - 180 Grain XTP HP - 100 Count$22.85
Cost Per Bullet 22.9¢ per bullet Bullet Weight 180 Grain Bullet Caliber 357 Mag, 38 Special Quantity 100 Bullet Type Jacketed Hollow-Point (JHP) Manufacturer Hornady Manufacturer SKU 35771
Hornady's eXtreme Terminal Performance (XTP) line of bullets are designed for hunting, self-defense and law enforcement applications. Each projectile in this box of 100 measures .357" in diameter and weighs 180 grains. These are Jacketed Hollow Point (JHP) bullets that have precise serrations notched in the top of the jacket to promote controlled expansion upon impact, even at low velocities. These projectiles have a uniform lead core that is balanced and promotes in-flight stability.
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**This is not loaded ammunition.**
Excellent heavy bullet
I loaded these in new .357 magnum cases with heavy charges weighed individually. The cartridge was accurate and the recoil noticeable from my 4 inch Python. These 180 grain bullets will likely be fine for the smallish central Texas deer. The bullet might be suitable for the myriad wild hogs. I certainly recommend this bullet.
Review by dradams (Posted on 11/14/16)
Sierra .357 Diameter Bullets - 180 Grain FPJ Match - 100 Count$24.25
Cost Per Bullet 24.3¢ per bullet Bullet Weight 180 Grain Bullet Caliber 357 Mag, 38 Special Quantity 100 Bullet Type Full Profile Jacket (FPJ) Manufacturer Sierra Bullets Manufacturer SKU 8370
If you shoot a .38 Special cartridge for competition or casual target shooting, you can get the bullets you need for your spent cases by ordering this 100-count box from Sierra. The box holds 180-grain full profile jacket bullets, an effective design for high-powered handgun rounds. When properly loaded into a .38 Special, the bullet will have the speed and energy to knock down heavy metallic silhouette targets used in competition events.
This .357-diameter bullet has a cannelure that is designed for proper balance and aerodynamic performance. They are non-expanding rounds that will cycle smoothly through your handgun and result in superior performance from the firearm to the target.
No matter what your specific shooting needs, you can turn to Sierra for a wide range of bullets and cases. This Missouri-based company has been a top choice for hunters and target shooters for over 60 years, and they also create some of the most reliable self-defense bullets you can find.