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6 x Inert 357 Magnum Cartridges with Heads

6 x Inert 357 Magnum Cartridges with Heads

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Product Description

The .357 Magnum bullet is a type of ammunition designed for firearms chambered in the .357 Magnum cartridge. Here's an overview:

Caliber and Dimensions:

  • The .357 Magnum bullet has a diameter of .357 inches (9.07 mm), which is consistent with the caliber designation of the cartridge.
  • The bullet typically weighs between 125 to 180 grains, although there are variations available depending on the intended application and performance characteristics.


  • .357 Magnum bullets can vary in construction depending on the manufacturer and intended use.
  • Common bullet types include full metal jacket (FMJ), jacketed hollow point (JHP), lead round nose (LRN), semi-jacketed hollow point (SJHP), and soft point (SP).
  • FMJ bullets have a copper or other metal jacket covering the entire bullet, while JHP bullets have a hollow cavity at the tip designed to expand upon impact.


  • The .357 Magnum cartridge is known for its potent performance, offering high velocity and energy levels compared to many other handgun cartridges.
  • .357 Magnum bullets typically achieve velocities ranging from approximately 1,200 to 1,600 feet per second (fps) depending on the specific load and barrel length.
  • The high velocity and energy of .357 Magnum bullets result in excellent stopping power and terminal performance, making them popular for self-defense, hunting, and law enforcement applications.


  • .357 Magnum bullets are used in a variety of firearms, including revolvers and some lever-action rifles.
  • They are commonly used for self-defense, target shooting, hunting small to medium-sized game, and law enforcement purposes.
  • Due to their versatility and effectiveness, .357 Magnum bullets are favored by many shooters for their combination of power and accuracy.