Heavy 38-55 Winchester Ammo - 255 gr. J.F.N. Bonded Core .377dia.
(1,950fps/M.E.2,153 ft.lbs.) - 20 Round Box
This heavy 38-55 ammunition is for use in any firearm chambered in 38-55 or 375 Winchester
that is in normal working condition and is designed to be used with smokeless powder.
* Bonded Core Bullets
NOTE: Item 11C is recommended for use in all rifles chambered for .375 Winchester.
Item 11C - Exterior Ballistics Charts for several Muzzle Velocities
Muzzle Velocity @ 2300 fps for Item 11C
Muzzle Velocity @ 2200 fps for Item 11C
Muzzle Velocity @ 2100 fps for Item 11C
Muzzle Velocity @ 2000 fps for Item 11C
Muzzle Velocity @ 1900 fps for Item 11C
Muzzle Velocity @ 1800 fps for Item 11C
Field Proven rifle and gun ammo. Maximum firepower ammo. Best ammunition for rifles and guns for sale. Buffalo Bore. Strictly big bore. Strictly Business.
You must be 18 or older to order ammunition. Ammunition must ship UPS ground. Due to Department of Transportation regulations, we cannot accept returns on Ammunition. Make sure to use the correct ammunition in your gun. Check local laws before ordering.
I used the fine 255gr JFN .38-55 load to take a nice Kentucky buck at sunrise yesterday. Shot was about 50 yards, full penetration and short death run by the buck. I saw it fall. It had proven to be very accurate in my Marlin chambered in .375 Win and I will continue to use this ammo for hunting in any of the four rifles I own in .375 Win.
Simply put, Great Stuff!
Shoots well in brand new Winchester 94 Trails End 38-55 rifle. Excellent and consitent accuracy with 3 boxes on the range. Using for this falls NY whitetail season. Feel very comfortable with this round for mule or whitetail.
Bought a box to try out in my marlin 375 win I would recommend this ammo to anyone it shoots good and feeds just fine in a marlin
I use this ammo in my winchester big bore 94. chambered for 375 winchester. I just dropped an 8 pointer in nh at 75 yards with open sights. I have never in my life seen a deer drop like that.......
I just fired a box of the jacketed, 255gr .38-55 through my model 1894 Winchester which by serial number was made in 1903. The accuracy was amazing....my groups were well under 3" at 50 yards at worst...with more practice and a with a scope (which I won't do), i'm certain I could do better. However the point of aim was 10-11" below where the rounds actually hit at lowest possible elevation (meaning the gun's new zero must be more than 100 yards). I will definitely buy more of this ammo. The larger .377 bullets DO make a difference; .375 bullets did not work in my rifle, and resulted in bullet tumble as noticed on hte targets